We've covered this ground before but it's always important to return to this theme from time to time. I recently came across an essay by one of my favorite social commentators, Michael Parenti. In this article Parenti explores some of the back ground factors driving the persistent misery throughout the global South and how the First World nations contribute to that condition. Read on.
I know its been quite a while since my last post but unfortunately circumstances beyond my control have conspired to rob me of what little time I have for some of the research that goes into this blog. Things are now settling down somewhat so you can expect more frequent posts in the future. Stay safe.
Major Tunisian union threatens protests if privatisations go ahead - Tunisia's powerful UGTT labor union will stage protests if the government goes ahead and privatises ailing state firms, the UGTT leader said on Saturday, i...
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