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Eurozone crisis will get worse in 2012

Despite the best efforts of the French and German leaders, the Eurozone crisis is not going away, writes Andy Yorke…

The Eurozone fiscal-union deal must be stopped!

The fiscal union in Europe is potentially a turning point which would see years of austerity and poverty across Europe – it must be resisted and stopped. A statement by…

Is European social democracy in irreversible decline?

After the defeat of the Spanish Social Democrats – almost every country in western Europe is now ruled by a conservative government, writes Dave Stockton. In a time of capitalist crisis,…

What is wrong with Europe?

THE GREEK economy accounts for only 2 per cent of EU GDP. If the EU were a single economic entity, like the United States, transferring some funds to pay off…

Economic crisis – what’s next?

The world economy has so far failed to emerge from the crisis with any degree of health, Richard Brenner looks at the problems at the heart of the global system…

France: after the battles of autumn 2010, which way forward?

France has been gripped by mass strikes and demonstrations many times over the last decade, Marc Lassalle examines the reason for the present lull and the strategy needed to renew…

Twenty years since the death of the USSR

Dave Stockton looks back at the aborted coup in the USSR and the counter-coup by Boris Yeltsin…

Massacre in Norway: the threat of Islamophobia and violent, right wing politics

What motivated Anders Behring Breivik to kill over 90 people in Norway? His actions can only be understood in the context of rising Islamophobia and the far right, argues Dave…

Anders Behring Breivik had no legitimate grievance

Politicians should not use the Norway attacks to drag the idea of multicultural failure into mainstream acceptability, write Gavan Titley and Alana Lentin in this excellent piece at Comment is Free.…

Massacre in Norway: the threat of Islamophobia and violent, right wing politics

What motivated Anders Behring Breivik to kill over 90 people in Norway? His actions can only be understood in the context of rising Islamophobia and the far right, argues Dave…