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- The art of making and managing weak states
Tag Archives: Greece
Fear and Loathing in our Western World – The Inevitable Rise of Populism
2016 was a good year for populism in our Western World. The UK referendum on EU membership became Brexit and Trump’s election to the highest office in America left us reaching for the dictionary – populism, what? We all … Continue reading
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Greece, economism and systemic theory
Not a day goes by without Greece making the headlines in the world media. A country that was previously best known for giving the world democracy, zorba and island vacations, is now synonymous with credit bubbles, financial collapse, debt mountains, … Continue reading
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Where is our sense of solidarity, equality and justice now?
The dream of a federal Europe is crumbling. Most contemporary politicians in Europe, EU technocrats and main street media link the crumbling European dream entirely to the poorly performing economy. Undeniably, when an economy shrinks it affects people’s lives through … Continue reading
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