Saturday, May 23, 2015
Why the investor state dispute settlement panels in the Trans-Pacific Partnership are a Trojan horse for enriching multinationals and gutting national sovereignity.
I suspect readers will draw suitably concerned environmental conclusions from this forecast, that the oil era has at least another 30 years to run.
Today, Greece blinked. But one unconfirmed report suggests the government got some eyewash.
Today’s Water Cooler: Warren on TPP, Sanders on socialism, Republican squillionaires, English identity politics, beneficial gut bacteria
One way to fix Dodd-Frank is to break up big financial firms.
A Greek default looms, but what does that mean for Greece and its creditors?
Cameron thinks he’s riding a major victory, and he will now be called upon to deliver on his election promises, which just so happen to include a deepening and acceleration of austerity measures.
The UK election results provoked the Economist to reveal its racist tendencies.
New Example of the Pentagon, DEA and Private Companies Conspiring to Beat Encryption, Track Everything You Do
Why even the supposed gold standard of Internet security, encryption, may not protect you.
Why Bernie Sanders is a real contender, and how his campaign threatens Democratic party apparatchiks.
Why sustainability has failed and “resilience” is replacing it.