From May 31, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov began a tour of the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council. Lavrov’s main objective during these visits is to strengthen ties between Russia and the GCC countries in a global race for geopolitical dominance. The Middle East, particularly the Gulf region, isRead More →

Important institutions of the global system are trying to create medium and long-term solutions and responses on very important topics. However, it still seems very difficult to find solutions that hit home, as the two “black swans”, the coronavirus pandemic and the Russian-Ukrainian war, still leave many uncertainties hanging overRead More →

Just a few space-loving billionaires. — Open democracy How long can billionaires keep amassing wealth while the world’s poorest struggle to buy food? request Paul Roger While it has long been clear that the global economic model is not working for everyone, the rate of wealth accumulation by a smallRead More →

Islam and Economics: An Introduction to Markets, Morality and JusticeBy Ali SalmanActon Institute, USAISBN: 978-1880595466160pp. Pakistani public scholar Ali Salman’s new book, Islam and Economics: A Primer on Markets, Morality and Justice, is a must-have, offering a slightly non-academic overview of Islamic economics. I found myself developing an interest inRead More →

Even before the war in Ukraine and the severe Western sanctions imposed on Russia, the global economic and financial system was entering a period of transition, says an economic expert. This was elaborated by Sergey Glazyev, former Russian Minister for Foreign Economic Relations, in his book on the current situationRead More →

I suppressed my feelings about the unfairness of our economic system for a very long time. Let’s forget about the injustice of our political system for now. The straw that broke the camel’s back came when I read that our nation’s biggest corporations had been obscenely inflating their profit marginsRead More →

President-elect Gabriel Boric warned that Chile’s consumer spending boom was unsustainable and public finances were under pressure, providing a reality check in one of the world’s fastest growing economies. Growth should be driven by investment, while protecting the environment, Boric said Thursday at a trade event in Santiago. Raising governmentRead More →

The concept of neoliberalism is part of capitalism that spread widely soon after the overwhelming defeat of socialism against the backdrop of the disintegration of the former Soviet Union, known as the USSR. The global political economic system has undergone some of the most significant transformations. The journey of capitalism,Read More →

Eearlier this year, the official international summary of climate science has announced that we are facing an increase in disasters and disruptions, with the most vulnerable suffering the most and the earlier. A leak report from the same UN process identified the need for a transformation of our economic systemsRead More →

FFollowing the decisive Paris climate agreement at Cop21 in 2015, American businessman Rick Saines received the National Order of Merit from France – making him a “knight” for his role. ‘he played by working with American and French officials to make this historic summit a success. Six years later, atRead More →

Following the breakthrough Paris climate agreement at Cop21 in 2015, American businessman Rick Saines received the National Order of Merit from France, making him a “knight” for the role he played in working with American and French officials to make of this historic summit a success. © Supplied Rick SainesRead More →

Famine spread to the West following the crisis of 1929. All institutions were threatened. They only survived thanks to World War II. Already in the 18th century, British economists of nascent capitalism wondered about the sustainability of this system around David Ricardo. What was initially very profitable will eventually becomeRead More →

KUALA LUMPUR (October 13): The National Recovery Council (MPN), as joint administrator of the agencies under the Ministry of Finance and the Economic Stimulation Implementation and Coordination Unit between national agencies ( LAKSANA), will take appropriate measures to strengthen the resilience of the post-Covid-19 health and economic systems. MPN ChairmanRead More →

Xi Jinping stands above the portrait of Mao Zedong. Lintao Zhang / Getty Images For a long time, analysts have attributed Chinese President Xi Jinping’s tributes to Mao Zedong to “political staging,” but a the Wall Street newspaper exam recent writings and speeches from Xi suggest they should take himRead More →

This is one of the 38 winning blogs of the Blog4Dev 2021 competition, the World Bank’s annual writing competition in Africa, inviting young people to express their views on a subject essential to the economic development of their country. Blog4Dev winners answered the question: How can young people work withRead More →

By Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari pledged that Nigeria will continue to support the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) process in the country because of its benefits for good governance and democracy. The president called the review “timely and practical,” explaining that the current administration, with its mantra ofRead More →

Hide caption For decades, the New Deal shaped the American economic system, until one fringe political project and ideology eventually overshadowed the old system with a system that put the free market first. Previous Next Martin Bernetti / AFP via Getty Images Hide caption Friedrich von Hayek in the lateRead More →

The most anticipated HR business model (New Generation Macroeconomic System) was recently launched by WIPO in Geneva, it envisioned a supernatural incident. But never expected, that the cardinal principles of the economy are contested by Mr. Deepak Sharma (father of the economy of human resources), by any economist. Read alsoRead More →

The most awaited HR economic model (next generation macro-economic system), was launched by PMOI Geneva recently, It envisaged a supernatural incident. But never expected, that the cardinal directors of the economy are challenged by Mr. Deepak Sharma (father of HR Economics), by any economist. Subsequently various economists and journalists analyzeRead More →

In the United States and Western Europe, many people support large-scale systemic change. In four countries surveyed in November and December last year, about four in ten or more in each country describe their economic or political system as requiring at least major changes, if not comprehensive reform. But whatRead More →

KARACHI: Even with a huge build-up of wealth and growth, the modern economic system has failed to resolve crises in health, population and individual living standards, speakers said on Thursday, as they discussed the issues. criticisms and possible solutions at the third session of the Fourth Post-Colonial Superior Conference. EducationRead More →

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is a democratic country, therefore essentially endowed with a system of governance which is “of the people, by the people, for the people”. Interestingly, this democratic country has an economic system that is “from the elite, by the elite, to the elite”. This elite capture may not beRead More →

A majority of Americans prefer a free market economic system to a socialist economic system, according to a recent poll conducted jointly by The Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports. Respondents were asked, among other questions, “What is better – a free market economic system or socialism?” In which 75 percentRead More →

ROSARIO, Argentina – On Saturday, two of Pope Francis’ most trusted advisers participated in the latest edition of the World Meeting of Popular Movements, which has been supported by the Pope since the early days of his pontificate. The meeting brings together grassroots organizations from five continents working with theRead More →

Klaus Schwab By Bhabani Shankar Nayak * The pandemic has shaken up neoliberalism as an economic project of capitalism. The economic architecture of neoliberalism based on austerity, liberalization, privatization and globalization has failed to ensure the basic dignity of life in terms of basic health, education, home and security food.Read More →

The United States’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been a disaster compared to other countries. This is because our political system values ​​economic production above all other considerations, including public health. Leaders from other countries, like New Zealand, have shown how to prioritize public health and have been politicallyRead More →

Shen fever is a fatal respiratory disease that disrupts the nervous system of its victims. Spread by fungal spores, the disease infects a person’s brain and effectively transforms them into harmless, slowly decomposing zombies. But don’t worry, it’s not real. Shen Fever is the coronavirus (COVID-19) of Breaking, a 2018Read More →

A major Hong Kong-based newspaper has claimed that Chinese President Xi Jinping is ready to sideline Pakistan’s democratically elected representatives and officials to expand his direct influence over the country’s political and economic processes. “Since 2016, Xi, the general secretary of the Communist Party of China, has been forcing theRead More →

The likely result of the current crisis is a faster dismantling of the neoliberal economy and a fragmentation of the international economic system, writes Glenn Diesen, associate professor, University of South East Norway. Technological sovereignty is privileged, international supply chains are repatriated, transport corridors become theaters of military rivalry andRead More →

In his excellent article ‘Money is the oxygen on which the fire of global warming burns‘, Bill McKibben, the founder of 350.org, explains how the world’s leading financial institutions and insurance companies are still funding fossil fuel projects – on a much larger scale, low-carbon solutions. Bill suggests that shiftingRead More →

Criticizing ‘the far left’ for its ‘calls for massive government growth and even socialism’, former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, who is running for president as a Democrat in 2020, posted an op-ed Sunday in the Wall Street Journal discussing his hopes of saving American capitalism. “American capitalism is in danger,”Read More →

Evil fate the earth, to hasten the evils a prey, Where wealth accumulates and where men degrade. –Olivier Goldsmith. Twenty years ago, I wrote an editorial in which I described free market capitalism as “the most unjust and barbaric economic system ever conceived, and which now oppresses and mistreats mostRead More →

The planet is in trouble. Study after scientific study, we warn that we have pushed far beyond the physical limits of what our living world can handle. From increasing temperature extremes causing disastrous weather conditions – including record droughts and unprecedented fires – to oceans choked by plastic and collapsingRead More →

For the publisher: Gustavo Arellano says “it’s time to think radically” on homelessness, but it is only dealing with a symptom rather than the deep-rooted causes of growing inequality in American society, in search of a ” remedy “which prevents homeless people from the streets of the” respectable class “.Read More →