Politics

26.08.2015 Middle East Monitor

UK Politics: The Corbyn phenomenon

UK Politics: The Corbyn phenomenon

By Asa Winstanley on Middle East Monitor It has been the story of the summer, but there are still almost three weeks left to run in the Labour Party leadership election, believe it or not. What initially looked like it was going to be the dullest leadership election ever was … »

26.08.2015 Konstantina Baskozou

Greek republic in (debt) crisis: The supposed dilemma (part Ι)

Greek republic in (debt) crisis: The supposed dilemma (part Ι)

Greece’s deficit and financial problems, emerging almost out of the blue in 2009, were handled from the beginning in a confrontational way by both citizens and politicians, inside and outside the country.   At an international level, in economic terms Keynesians were strongly contradicted by Monetarists, followed by a political … »

26.08.2015 Al Arabiya

Turkey snap elections set for the 1st of November

Turkey snap elections set for the 1st of November

The Turkish election board confirmed that snap elections, which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for earlier this week, will be held on November 1. Erdogan called for a new election after an inconclusive vote in June, and the collapse of coalition-building efforts. He said last week that the election was … »

24.08.2015 Pressenza New York

Karla Gongora on Face 2 Face

Karla Gongora on Face 2 Face

This week’s show starts with our friend, the singer and guitarist, Mark Lesseraux and continues with Karla Gongora to discuss the subject of transitional justice as part of the Colombian peace process. »

21.08.2015 Marianella Kloka

Tsipras resigns “reclaiming” popular sovereignty

Tsipras resigns “reclaiming” popular sovereignty

A few hours ago the Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, handed his resignation to the President of Greece. Just before doing so he gave a 15 minute message to the population that was also broadcast by many press agencies around the world. In accordance with the relevant articles of the … »

20.08.2015 Deutsche Welle

Greek PM Tsipras resigns, calls snap election

Greek PM Tsipras resigns, calls snap election

Prime Minister Tsipras has announced early elections in an effort to quell rebellion within his party. Many left-wing lawmakers are disappointed with what they see as Tsipras’ surrender to creditors’ demands. Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras submitted his resignation and call early elections on Thursday in the hope of stifling … »

19.08.2015 Pressenza New York

James Suggett on Face 2 Face

James Suggett on Face 2 Face

This week show starts with our friend singer and guitarist Mark Lesseraux and continue with James Suggett to discuss, Venezuela’s economic situation and the challenges facing the fight in rooting out corruption. »

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