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Least we forget how much our globally financialized world dominates geopolitics...

Global stock sell-off highlights financial parasitism

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New Today -- 25 January 2014


Three years of the Egyptian revolution

On January 25, 2011, mass revolutionary struggles erupted in Egypt against the regime of President Hosni Mubarak.

News & Analysis

Global stock sell-off highlights financial parasitism

Stock markets around the world plunged Friday as emerging market currencies hit record lows.

Obama poses as opponent of inequality ahead of State of the Union address

Australian foreign minister slanders Edward Snowden

Pakistan air force pounds North Waziristan, massacring scores of civilians

Survivors say Greek policy caused deaths of 12 migrants in Aegean Sea

Fire at Quebec retirement home kills dozens

Irish government presses ahead with public sector attacks

Australia: Glaring social inequality in Sydney

Liverpool residents condemn Australia's growing social divide

Oklahoma carries out second execution this year using pentobarbital

The Bankruptcy of Detroit

Union-affiliated officials acknowledge Detroit "rescue" plan will involve large pension cuts

SEP and IYSSE hold meeting at Wayne State in Detroit to discuss campaign for Workers Inquiry

Workers Struggles

Workers Struggles: Asia, Australia and the Pacific


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