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The debt crisis in Ireland worsens

The Irish government bails out the banks once again, writes Joseph Loughnane

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Iran: crackdown on journalists as election nears

At least 14 journalists affiliated with reformist news outlets were arrested in Iran between 26 to 28 January  in the largest crackdown on the press since 2009, according to news reports. The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on Iranian authorities […]

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Greece: seeds of hope in the despair of austerity

Greek historian and activist, Eugene Michail, discusses the country’s social decay and looks for hope in alternatives Greece is featuring less and less frequently in the international headlines. Even in the Eurogroup meetings, the Greek finance minister has happily noted […]

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The dangers of Loyalism

Rachel Thwaites asks what comes after the Ulster flag protests

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European unity: above or below not in or out

Can we be for Europe, but against the EU, ask Chris Strafford?

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Recovery or recession or depression?

The latest World Bank report on global economic prospects makes grim reading for the world economy. The bank reckons that the global economy will grow just 2.4% this year – that’s the whole world including Asia, China and the faster-growing […]

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The world economy: prospects for 2013

An analysis of the world economy by Marxist economist Michael Roberts

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Egypt: revolution on the streets again

The political crisis in Egypt is a result of the uncompleted revolution, argues Stuart King

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