Monthly Archives: April 2016

From the Constitutional State to the Security State

From the Constitutional State to the Security State by Giorgio Agamben, April 2016 in Luxemburg 1/2016 The state of emergency is that arrangement by which totalitarian powers were established in Europe. Hitler’s first official act after his nomination (to … Continue reading

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The Financial Market Crisis in the Light of the Social Market Economy

to read Jorg Althammer’s article, click on In 2007 and 2008 the US housing market almost completely collapsed. The crisis was brought about by a combination of state- and market-failures that intensified each other. The failure of the capital … Continue reading

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Tax Havens: Threat for Public Budgets by Sven Giegold The common good is abused. The struggle against tax havens is a struggle for the rule of law and democracy. Apple, Google, Amazon, Boeing, GE and scores of other corporations shift tens of billions of taxable profits to tax … Continue reading

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