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19.09.2017

Portugal’s left-leaning economic recovery

Portugal’s left-leaning economic recovery

Portugal has been getting noticed for its remarkable recovery in the last two years, defying the doomsayers who predicted the devil was coming the moment that the Troika-prescribed policies were reversed and an expansionary policy was adopted instead. The left-wing government that… »

15.06.2017

Reduction of military spending in DiEM25’s New Deal, a contribution from Pressenza

Reduction of military spending in DiEM25’s New Deal, a contribution from Pressenza

As journalists at the international press agency Pressenza and activists of the Humanist association “World without Wars and Violence”, we intend to make a contribution to the debate in DiEM25 and the development of an innovative and courageous platform for the 2018 European elections. The European New… »

11.06.2017

Sanders: Corbyn surge in UK shows world rising up against austerity, inequality

Sanders: Corbyn surge in UK shows world rising up against austerity, inequality

“People in the U.K., the U.S. and elsewhere want governments that represent all the people, not just the 1%,” Sanders said by Jake Johnson, staff writer for Common Dreams Responding to the results of the U.K. election, which commentators have already deemed a “political… »

27.05.2017

Terrorism in Manchester

Terrorism in Manchester

Nothing happens in isolation. Everything happens in a context. Difficult as it may be – since what we know about it changes day by day – an analysis of the Manchester suicide bombing has to be carried out within the various aspects of the situation that surrounded it. Nothing can be… »

24.11.2016

Movie night in Berlin: Debt is the money of the rich

Movie night in Berlin: Debt is the money of the rich

In the heart of Neukölln-Berlin, in B-Lage, DiEM25 Berlin presented the film “Who is Saving Whom? – Crisis as a business model at the expense of democracy and social security”. Although the screening room was crowded and crammed with 80 visitors, the mostly young audience attentively watched… »

02.06.2016

OECD is latest economic bigwig to question austerity’s “loop of doom”

OECD is latest economic bigwig to question austerity’s “loop of doom”

By not increasing spending, ‘we are breaking promises to young people and old people,’ says OECD economist by Deirdre Fulton, staff writer for Common Dreams Less than a week after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expressed reservations about neoliberal policies like austerity, the Organization for… »

25.05.2016

Yanis Varoufakis talks about Privatization, Human Rights & Capitalism

Yanis Varoufakis talks about Privatization, Human Rights & Capitalism

In this interview with the former finance minister of Greece and founder of DiEM25 (Democracy in Europe Movement 2025), Yanis Varoufakis, a host of issues are discussed which  include privatization, human rights, media, his experience with the EU and capitalism’s ability to reform. Will privatization schemes, that… »

09.05.2016

Greek Parliament OKs Harsh New Austerity Measures Amid Mass Protest

Greek Parliament OKs Harsh New Austerity Measures Amid Mass Protest

The Greek Parliament has approved a new round of austerity measures seen as among the harshest to date demanded by international creditors. The passage came amid mass protests and a three-day general strike. On Sunday, thousands gathered in Athens, where protesters threw stones and Molotov cocktails while police fired tear… »

13.01.2016

UK junior doctors go on strike

UK junior doctors go on strike

British junior doctors have gone on a strike causing major disruption to hospitals across the country. This is the first walkout of its kind over the past 40 years. Now tens of thousands of the junior doctors are providing only emergency cover during a 24-hour walkout which started Tuesday at… »

16.11.2015

David Cameron hasn’t the faintest idea how deep his cuts go. This letter proves it

David Cameron hasn’t the faintest idea how deep his cuts go. This letter proves it

By George Monbiot for The Guardian. It’s like the crucial moment in Graham Greene’s novel The Quiet American. The US agent stares at the blood on his shoes, unable to make the connection between the explosion he commissioned and the bodies scattered across the public square in Saigon. In… »

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