By Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari pledged that Nigeria will continue to support the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) process in the country because of its benefits for good governance and democracy. The president called the review “timely and practical,” explaining that the current administration, with its mantra ofRead More →

Jersey Liberal Conservative Party launch party – Sir Philip Bailhache, Oliver Wilderspin and Susana Rowles. Photo: JON GUEGAN (31234935) Sir Philip Bailhache said Liberal Conservatives in Jersey did not approve of “wasting our financial resources”, adding that they believed in “appropriate” investments to stimulate the economy. Speaking at the JLCRead More →

Hide caption For decades, the New Deal shaped the American economic system, until one fringe political project and ideology eventually overshadowed the old system with a system that put the free market first. Previous Next Martin Bernetti / AFP via Getty Images Hide caption Friedrich von Hayek in the lateRead More →

The most awaited HR economic model (next generation macro-economic system), was launched by PMOI Geneva recently, It envisaged a supernatural incident. But never expected, that the cardinal directors of the economy are challenged by Mr. Deepak Sharma (father of HR Economics), by any economist. Subsequently various economists and journalists analyzeRead More →

The most anticipated HR business model (New Generation Macroeconomic System) was recently launched by WIPO in Geneva, it envisioned a supernatural incident. But never expected, that the cardinal principles of the economy are contested by Mr. Deepak Sharma (father of the economy of human resources), by any economist. Read alsoRead More →

The protection of participants in the events of the next Tbilisi Pride is a direct responsibility of the government, a statement by Droa! the political movement said Friday, the organization calling “dangerous” comments by Georgian Dream party leader Irakli Kobakhidze about the planned event. By posting their statement on socialRead More →

In the United States and Western Europe, many people support large-scale systemic change. In four countries surveyed in November and December last year, about four in ten or more in each country describe their economic or political system as requiring at least major changes, if not comprehensive reform. But whatRead More →

KARACHI: Even with a huge build-up of wealth and growth, the modern economic system has failed to resolve crises in health, population and individual living standards, speakers said on Thursday, as they discussed the issues. criticisms and possible solutions at the third session of the Fourth Post-Colonial Superior Conference. EducationRead More →

Elene Khoshtaria, former leader of the European Georgia party, who resigned in December 2020, spear a new political movement “Droa! (It’s time) aimed at “exposing” possible corruption, nepotism, injustice and ties to Russia in government and public offices. Khoshtaria said on March 7 that Georgia was “gradually losing” its stateRead More →

The Biden administration and Congressional Democrats are using last month’s deadly riot on the United States Capitol to lay the groundwork for the criminalization of “a whole political movement in America,” Ingraham warned Tuesday. “The January 6 riot on Capitol Hill was a gift to Democrats,” began the host ofRead More →

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is a democratic country, therefore essentially endowed with a system of governance which is “of the people, by the people, for the people”. Interestingly, this democratic country has an economic system that is “from the elite, by the elite, to the elite”. This elite capture may not beRead More →

A majority of Americans prefer a free market economic system to a socialist economic system, according to a recent poll conducted jointly by The Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports. Respondents were asked, among other questions, “What is better – a free market economic system or socialism?” In which 75 percentRead More →

Environment Secretary George Eustice has sparked a new debate on Black Lives Matters after refusing to condemn football fans who booed Millwall players for “taking the knee.” Responding to questions about the incident in Saturday’s game between Millwall and County Derby, Eustace Recount Sky News that “the issue of raceRead More →

ROSARIO, Argentina – On Saturday, two of Pope Francis’ most trusted advisers participated in the latest edition of the World Meeting of Popular Movements, which has been supported by the Pope since the early days of his pontificate. The meeting brings together grassroots organizations from five continents working with theRead More →

Klaus Schwab By Bhabani Shankar Nayak * The pandemic has shaken up neoliberalism as an economic project of capitalism. The economic architecture of neoliberalism based on austerity, liberalization, privatization and globalization has failed to ensure the basic dignity of life in terms of basic health, education, home and security food.Read More →

The United States’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been a disaster compared to other countries. This is because our political system values ​​economic production above all other considerations, including public health. Leaders from other countries, like New Zealand, have shown how to prioritize public health and have been politicallyRead More →

Our Island, a movement that seeks to create a new political ambition for the Isle of Wight based solely on the interests of the island and its people, has been officially launched. It will be promoted and carried out by “committed individuals working in a collaborative partnership”. This includes theRead More →

Shen fever is a fatal respiratory disease that disrupts the nervous system of its victims. Spread by fungal spores, the disease infects a person’s brain and effectively transforms them into harmless, slowly decomposing zombies. But don’t worry, it’s not real. Shen Fever is the coronavirus (COVID-19) of Breaking, a 2018Read More →

A major Hong Kong-based newspaper has claimed that Chinese President Xi Jinping is ready to sideline Pakistan’s democratically elected representatives and officials to expand his direct influence over the country’s political and economic processes. “Since 2016, Xi, the general secretary of the Communist Party of China, has been forcing theRead More →

The likely result of the current crisis is a faster dismantling of the neoliberal economy and a fragmentation of the international economic system, writes Glenn Diesen, associate professor, University of South East Norway. Technological sovereignty is privileged, international supply chains are repatriated, transport corridors become theaters of military rivalry andRead More →

Eric Toussaint: In any case, in my opinion, revolutionary political organizations and all radical social movements must come together. We must break down the wall between political organizations and social movements. Political organizations need to understand that they do not have a monopoly on developing programmatic proposals. Social movements canRead More →

In his excellent article ‘Money is the oxygen on which the fire of global warming burns‘, Bill McKibben, the founder of 350.org, explains how the world’s leading financial institutions and insurance companies are still funding fossil fuel projects – on a much larger scale, low-carbon solutions. Bill suggests that shiftingRead More →

Criticizing ‘the far left’ for its ‘calls for massive government growth and even socialism’, former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, who is running for president as a Democrat in 2020, posted an op-ed Sunday in the Wall Street Journal discussing his hopes of saving American capitalism. “American capitalism is in danger,”Read More →

Evil fate the earth, to hasten the evils a prey, Where wealth accumulates and where men degrade. –Olivier Goldsmith. Twenty years ago, I wrote an editorial in which I described free market capitalism as “the most unjust and barbaric economic system ever conceived, and which now oppresses and mistreats mostRead More →

The planet is in trouble. Study after scientific study, we warn that we have pushed far beyond the physical limits of what our living world can handle. From increasing temperature extremes causing disastrous weather conditions – including record droughts and unprecedented fires – to oceans choked by plastic and collapsingRead More →

For the publisher: Gustavo Arellano says “it’s time to think radically” on homelessness, but it is only dealing with a symptom rather than the deep-rooted causes of growing inequality in American society, in search of a ” remedy “which prevents homeless people from the streets of the” respectable class “.Read More →

The progressive left and its media comrades have struggled in recent weeks to build a friendly story for “antifa”. It is not an easy task. These self-proclaimed “anti-fascists” (hence the name) have shown up at rallies across the country since Trump’s inauguration, assaulting police with urine bombs, beat reporters bloodied,Read More →

The iconoclastic French Minister of the Economy Emmanuel Macron is preparing to upset the political landscape ahead of next year’s presidential election by launching a political movement, sparking speculation about his own ambitions to run for power. Macron, 38, a charismatic and outspoken former investment banker, has seen a meteoricRead More →

Book on socialism Michael Engel Michael Engel, 71, of Ludlow, professor emeritus of political science at Westfield State College, with his self-published book, “Socialism for Smart Folks: A Popular Guide for Open Minds”. May 27, 2015. (Brian Steele | MassLive.com) LUDLOW – Michael Engel is a socialist despite the vitriolicRead More →

IIf you want to understand why we are not moving faster towards creating a more equitable society that operates within ecological limits, then it is worth understanding the importance of the vacuum. One of the main fears of our industrialized society, which we largely refuse to face, is the beliefRead More →