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On the Proposal for A Universal Basic Income

✑ PRABHAT PATNAIK` ╱ ± 8 minutes
Some of the most enthusiastic supporters of the “Basic Income Scheme” are to be found among the neo-liberal stalwarts of the financial press.

Globalization and its Alternative: An Interview with Samir Amin (Part 3)

✑ SAMIR AMIN (Tricontinental Institute)` ╱ ± 17 minutes
If we recreate the political solidarity between the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America, then we are not a minority.

Reading Marx’s Wage-Labour and Capital

✑ ALEX M. THOMAS` ╱ ± 6 minutes
Marx intended his writings to be understood by the workers.

Globalization and its Alternative: An Interview with Samir Amin (Part 2)

✑ SAMIR AMIN (Tricontinental Institute)` ╱ ± 12 minutes
War and chaos are inscribed into the logic of this decaying system.

Globalization and its Alternative: An Interview with Samir Amin (Part 1)

✑ SAMIR AMIN (Tricontinental Institute)` ╱ ± 10 minutes
Our countries are invited to be sub-contractors for imperialism.

Trump’s Deja Vu China Trade War (Part 2)

✑ JACK RASMUS` ╱ ± 25 minutes
The key will be how far China is willing to go with tech concessions.




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