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After Empowering the 1% and Impoverishing Millions, IMF Admits Neoliberalism a Failure

By Benjamin Dangl Source: CounterPunch Last week a research wing of the International Monetary Fund came out with a report admitting that neoliberalism has been a failure. The report, entitled, “Neoliberalism: Oversold?” is hopefully a sign of the ideology’s death. … Continue reading

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How the War on Drugs Advances Transnational Capitalism

How US drug policy in the Americas is a pretext for extending militarization and global capitalism south of the border. By Mark Karlin Source: Alternet Dawn Paley, a Canadian journalist, offers a transformative view of the US war on drugs … Continue reading

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