Monthly Archives: September 2019

Beyond NAFTA 2.0

BEYOND NAFTA 2.0Toward a Progressive Trade Agenda for People and Planet Ethan Earle, Manuel PĂ©rez-Rocha, and Scott Sinclair, eds. – July 2019DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT (English), 84 pp http://www.rosalux-nyc.org/wp-content/files_mf/beyondnaftaenglishfinaljuly17.pdf

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The Great Ecumene of the Churches against Capitalism

by Franz Segbers, academia.edu “This economy kills!” The pope and the ecumene of 350 churches decry the neoliberal economy of exclusion. The economy serving life could supersede the idolatry of money-multiplication and plutocracy. The poor and marginalized are subjects in … Continue reading

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From Punitive Tariffs and Trade Conflicts to Economic War by Joachim Bischoff and Erhard Crome

Trump’s punitive attacks on several trading partners, above all China, are changing suddenly into a destruction of the multilateral structures of the world market. With the policy of “America first,” the president wants to restore or develop the past hegemony … Continue reading

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Sanctions and Double Standards

Sanctions and Double Standards by Fabian Goldman, Florian Zollmann and Hans Blix, August 2019 https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2019/09/03/18825920.php Sanctions are war with other means-and not an alternative to war. The civilian population pays the price with their bodies and their lives. Export prohibitions … Continue reading

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