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Deals of exclusion – dark prospects for reducing global inequality

The closer Donald Trump’s inauguration comes, the more fired up the language of all those asking for a global economy based on bilateral deals between the most privileged nations seems to become. There is no glossing over the problematic impact of an unfettered globalisation, dominated by those with the greatest bargaining power and to the… Read More »

BREXIT – a vision with benefits for the few who can cope

Most important decisions taken at popular level about political direction are about the image of a future we want, rather than a secure prediction about what it will be like. This is why, unless there is major discontent on the economic front, perspectives on issues that speak to emotions such as safety and security, justice… Read More »