February 14, 2013

Please Don't Start a Currency War

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February 13, 2013
Japan's Scary Future
Edward Hugh, Fistful of Euros
How does a country accept its fate of having no other chance of growing other than simply growing old? How does a country accept its fate of seeing its private savings evaporate? How can a country get along with the discovery... more ››
February 13, 2013
Time for Britain to Join the Currency War
John Mills, Prospect Blog
Almost everyone has a gloomy outlook for the UK. It is expected to face years of austerity, high unemployment, cuts in expenditure, nil or negative growth, disfiguring inequality and relative if not absolute national decline, as... more ››
February 11, 2013
Why the Keystone Pipeline Battle Matters
Michael Klare, TomDispatch
  Presidential decisions often turn out to be far less significant than imagined, but every now and then what a president decides actually determines how the world turns. Such is the case with the Keystone XL pipeline,... more ››
February 7, 2013
Global Rich in New Age of Entitlement
Bryan Appleyard, New Statesman
Nobody loved Bowater House in Knightsbridge. The demolition of this late-1950s, modernist mess in 2006 was greeted with general relief. Yet it did have one virtue. Through its core was cut a wide opening for a roadway that gave... more ››