• Laws and deregulations that punish peoples and abuse the planet

    Important global meetings took place in Rome (G-20) and Glasgow (UN Climate Change Conference); meanwhile millions of beings in poverty and indigence searching for ways of surviving every day and every night. Would there ever be a world free from the greedy and selfish? Beyond small though painful meanness, those who kill with their decisions frighten, they can sacrifice countries, neighbors, and even family if with that they are able to increase their rate of return. So many times, we have wondered why they keep inflicting suffering, inequities endlessly and never thinking that it is enough wickedness, existential avarice. Answers …

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  • No more poverty: popular mandate and political determination

    It is possible to solve poverty; there are resources and talent to do so. A popular mandate is needed to demand it electorally as well as political determination to achieve it. The ways of achieving it vary according to circumstances of each situation and territory (we offer one among many other examples). It is outrageous to claim that there are not enough resources when for certain purposes they abound and for this ethical, social, and economic priority, they are scarce. We need to unveil drainages and concealed biases that explain this villainy. Eliminating poverty is far from being a fantasy …

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  • The double trap: Democracy and geopolitics

    An incipient democracy and a decadent one have something in common: both are trapped by social and economic pressures that can paralyze them. The geopolitical effect is pandemonium in states’ foreign policy. It increases the probabilities of military conflicts between large and medium powers. In the United States, President Joe Biden is convinced that he has to defend American democracy simultaneously on two fronts—domestic and foreign. On the external front, he is faced with the relative decline of his country’s world in the world, which until recently was undisputable. The country has lost wars and positions in the military, economic, …

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  • Vicious circle

    Countries such as Argentina suffer sudden changes between two opposed positions: the expansionist or popular and the orthodox or liberal. For several decades, Argentina has fluctuated in the implementation of economic policies between two antagonistic paradigms, as was portrayed by Marcelo Diamand in his 1983 article titled “the Argentine pendulum; until when?” It is about sudden and very frequent changes that economic models applied in the country suffer in the hands of two opposing positions: the expansionist or popular and the orthodox or liberal. Expansion Popular tendency reflects political, cultural, and economic aspirations of neglected sectors of society. At the …

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  • Initiatives

    After the Pandora Papers is time to act (in Spanish)–Thomas Piketty After the Pandora Papers is time to act The Routes Of Viral Traffic – Andrew Lakoff The Routes Of Viral Traffic Maria Bethânia – Sonho Meu

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  • Reflections

    Regarding how neoliberalism penetrates First, danger in implanted by those who are the true architects of danger and then they put themselves forward to fight it (…) This type of mafia power runs from the law quoting the law, they embody the corruption in its germinal and propitiatory state, criticizing corruption. Horacio González Regarding a field, that feeds the people The agribusiness model represents a concentrated field that does not feed, it is not focused on the people’s hunger, and meanwhile it generates extraordinary wealth for exports. Though exports are necessary, we need to promote another model of field one …

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