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Immigration Divides Europe and the German Left 20.6.2018 ConsortiumNews.com
A battle between regulated immigration and a utopian vision in line with international finance is splitting the German Left Party, giving an opening to the right, as Diana Johnstone explains. By Diana Johnstone  Special to Consortium News Freedom of movement…Read more →
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The Coming Storm: Italy Under a Right-Wing Populist Government 18.6.2018 Truthout.com
The government in Rome may discover its incoherent economic agenda is difficult to implement.

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The Curious Campaign Role of Donald Trump’s Foundation 18.6.2018 Truthout.com
If Trump loses the case brought forth by New York, it could be costly. 

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Today’s Capitalism Is a Far Cry From What It Was Intended to Be 16.6.2018 Truthout.com
US protectionism violates capitalism's free-market principle.

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The Tamils’ battle against the debt demon 16.6.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Following prolonged struggles for their military-occupied land and for answers about their disappeared relatives, Tamils living in Sri Lanka’s north
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Letter From Britain: An Establishment Blinded By Russophobia 15.6.2018 ConsortiumNews.com
A British elite challenged by large parts of the British population is rallying around trumped-up fear of Russia as a means of protecting its interests, as Alexander Mercouris explains. By Alexander Mercouris  Special to Consortium News in London  Hostility to…Read more →
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The Next Recession Could Be Catastrophic 15.6.2018 Crooks Liars
Perhaps the most condescending and unintentionally revealing comments any banker made in the wake of the banker-created 2008 financial crisis came from Jamie Dimon, CEO of too-big-to-fail bank JP Morgan Chase. “Not to be funny about it,” Dimon told a congressional panel in 2010, “but my daughter asked me when she came home from school ‘what’s the financial crisis,’ and I said, ‘Well it’s something that happens every five to seven years.”’ Millions of Americans lost their homes in the wake of Wall Street’s crisis – which, come to think of it, isn’t that funny at all. Downturns are so simple, Dimon implies, that they can be explained to schoolchildren in a single sentence. Dimon also admitted his own industry’s ineptness and irresponsibility when he told the panel that “in mortgage underwriting, we somehow missed that home prices don’t go up forever.” Dimon wasn’t the only banker to tell Congress that the titans of Wall Street were clueless. “We never knew what was happening at any minute,” said Goldman ...
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New York Attorney General Sues Trump And His Family, Alleging Charity Fraud 15.6.2018 Outside the Beltway
The Attorney General of New York has filed a Complaint against President Trump and several members of his family alleging widespread fraud in the operation of Trump's charitable Foundation.
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Time ripe for structural changes in banking sector 14.6.2018 Rediff: Columns
India has a unique window of opportunity to effectuate long-lasting structural change in its banking sector, says Riju Agrawal.
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Federal judge finds portions of Colorado’s campaign finance complaint process are unconstitutional in ruling likely to prompt big change 13.6.2018 Denver Post: Local
In what Colorado's elections officials say is a major ruling, a federal judge on Tuesday found that portions of the state's campaign finance procedures centering around private citizens' ability to file complaints are unconstitutional.
CBI chief: 'Car firms face Brexit extinction' 13.6.2018 BBC: Business
UK manufacturing sectors risk extinction without a customs union, the CBI's president says.
‘The government is spending nearly 4% of GDP on education’ 12.6.2018 Hindu: Interview
The HRD Minister on regulating the education system, the updated NCERT textbooks, the CBSE leaks, and the draft education policy
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Corruption, Thy Name is ‘Trump’ 12.6.2018 Outside the Beltway
Both President Trump and Ivanka Trump are profiting handsomely from their time in the White House.
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If You’re “Still in” the Paris Climate Agreement, It’s Time to Pay Into the Green Climate Fund 10.6.2018 Truthout.com
Only a third of the $3 billion pledged by the US has been paid.

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State’s Rights Bill on Marijuana Threatens to Divide Trump Administration 8.6.2018 Truthout.com
Trump has said legalization should be left up to states.

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Colorado’s marijuana industry would get bank access, federal OK under bill from Cory Gardner and Elizabeth Warren. But what are its chances? 8.6.2018 Denver Post: Local
The measure, which is being welcomed by the cannabis industry but faces a tough path to becoming law, would end the current conflict between federal and state law.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Just Dismissed 61 Consumer Protection Advisors 8.6.2018 Mother Jones
On Wednesday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau dismissed all 25 members of its Consumer Advisory Board, a group of experts that the head of the CFPB—currently Mick Mulvaney, a longtime foe of the bureau—is required by law to consult with in-person twice a year. The move is the latest in a series of dramatic, sweeping changes […]
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European football is worth a record £22bn, says Deloitte 7.6.2018 BBC: Business
England's Premier League leads the way in a new era of financial stability, says Deloitte.
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Misleading Unemployment Numbers and the Neoliberal Ruse of “Labor Flexibility” 6.6.2018 Truthout.com
There's no evidence of overall economic improvement under Trump.

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Vowing to “Padlock Revolving Door” in DC, Warren Teases New Anti-Corruption Legislation 6.6.2018 Truthout.com
"The Trump administration and an army of lobbyists are determined to rig the game in their favor."

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