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Editorial Last Updated: Nov 9, 2014 - 8:51:42 AM


Editorial
The Missing German Reparations For Greece
An important reason for Greece's penury, beyond Greek corruption and mismanagement over its economy in the post war years, is the failure of Germany to pay to Greece the money its owes Greece for is actions during the Second World War.

Nov 9, 2014 - 8:50:19 AM

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Abbott Agonistes: Year One for Australian Prime Minister
You know things aren't going well for conservative Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott when the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) in Melbourne, the country's most prominent free-market think tank and formerly Abbott's biggest cheerleader, takes out a full-page advertisement in the Australian newspaper to criticize him.

Nov 7, 2014 - 8:58:34 AM

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The Fourth Plenum And The Chinese Labour Movement
The reduction in corruption and the introduction of the "rule of law" in the Fourth Plenum opens new opportunities for the Chinese labour movement

Nov 6, 2014 - 11:52:06 AM

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Why Should Anyone Take Barroso Seriously?
It beggars belief that a man who rose to positions so far beyond his abilities to cope with them and who effortlessly made the move from Maoism to Eurocracy to have the temerity to intervene in the decisions of a sovereign country in managing its foreign affairs. A failed Maoist is not likely to be the source of wisdom on democracy and national responsibility.

Nov 3, 2014 - 12:07:49 PM

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A Brief Note On Campaore The Peacemaker
The corrupt dictator of Burkina Faso is now in trouble after he tried to extend his term limits again and is likely to be overthrown and exiled or killed by his fellow citizens... What is surprising is that there are people around who should know better who describe him as a ‘peacemaker’. Campaore has as much a relationship to ‘peace’ as the Colt Peacemaker had to justice in the Wild West.

Oct 31, 2014 - 12:34:40 PM

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