Archive for April 2013

Why Are We The Good Guys? Reclaiming Your Mind From The Delusions Of Propaganda

Apr 22nd, 2013 | By

by David Cromwell ‘A Death Sentence for Africa’ The 2011 UN climate summit in Durban, South Africa, ended with one of those marathon all-night cliffhanger negotiations that the media love so much. The outcome was a commitment to talk about a legally-binding deal to cut carbon emissions, by both developed and developing countries, that would

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Rowdy Entrepreneurs and Insecure Dinosaurs, Murat Karamuftuoglu

Apr 19th, 2013 | By

  This is Insane, or Minding the Small Print What is insane? And what is the ‘listening suggestion’ that lurks behind the very first endnote of the book? The latter is a bit easier to answer, so let me start with it. Every book has a story to tell but not a song to hum

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Before the Greek Debt Crisis, Karl Heinz Roth

Apr 10th, 2013 | By

From Greece: what is to be done? – A Pamphlet In the spring of 2012, the euro crisis intensified dramatically. The epicenter of the crisis is Greece, a country that has been experiencing a severe recession since the beginning of the world economic crisis. What outcome this recession will yield is a decisive question not

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The Ringtone and the Drum, Mark Weston

Apr 4th, 2013 | By

 – a Rough Guide for Dictators Our hotel room in Ouagadougou, unlike all the other rooms we have stayed in on our trip, has a television. This allows us to watch the celebrations marking fifty years of Burkina Faso’s independence, which are being held on a football field in Bobo-Dioulasso. Blaise Compaoré is the guest

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Publishing April: Can The Market Speak? – Campbell Jones

Apr 3rd, 2013 | By

Chapter One – The spirit is a bone If ‘the market’ is an ever present reality in daily life today, it is a mysterious and enigmatic presence. Being at once omnipresent yet ineffable, it is not surprising that attempts to symbolise the market have been so fantastic. This book investigates the idea that the market

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