The Economic Adjustment Programmes and the Resilience of Neo-Liberal Ideas
Author: Eleni Xiarchogiannopoulou, Paschalis Aganidis
Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) /
This commentary argues that the neoliberal underpinning of the EU’s Economic Adjustment Programs has had devastating effects on the people living in debt-ridden Southern European countries, particularly Greece, and calls for a progressive, social-dem...
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China’s Third Plenum: Another Turning Point?
Author: Shaun Breslin, Jane Duckett, Christopher Hughes
This discussion transcript focuses on whether or not the economic, political and social reforms announced during the Third Plenum of the Chinese Communist Party's 18th Central Committee (in November 2013) represent a major shift in Chinese foreign an...
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Sur - International Journal on Human Rights Vol 11 No 20 (Jun 2014)
Author: Lucia Nader, Juana Kweitel, Marcos Fuchs, Malak El-Chichini Poppovic, et al
Conectas Human Rights
This issue includes articles on the main issues facing the human rights movement and its future.
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