(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, March 3, 2012 It's not Greece. It's Capitalism, stupid!
Today's Greece represents the epitomy of Capitalism's failure in Europe, in the worst episode in a series of free market economy crises since the Great Depression.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, September 24, 2011 Greek Crisis: The Apocalypse Now of Capitalism
No matter what the result of the ongoing crisis will be, the fact is that Capitalism will continue generating recession and exploitation. That's why it needs to be overthrown.
SHARE Saturday, January 1, 2011 Quo Vadis Europe? The Failure of EU's Neoliberalism
Neoliberal policies in Europe have utterly failed. But most worryingly, the European leadership seems to ignore the fact that such policies create social disorder, broaden the gap between rich and poor thus leading to political instability.
(2 comments) SHARE Sunday, April 25, 2010 IMF and Greece: EU was Caught Totally Unprepared
The Greek crisis showed how dangerously unprepared the EU is in times of emergency. While the IMF goes to Athens, the absence of a European Monetary Fund becomes tragically evident.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, December 19, 2009 Greece's debt: The Hypocrisy of Neoliberalism
The major problem is that EU's economic leadership, as well as the uncontrollable credit rating agencies, pretend to ignore the actual reasons which brought Greece on the edge of fiscal precipice.
(2 comments) SHARE Monday, December 7, 2009 A Society in Crisis: Reviewing Greek Riots
One year after the Greek riots, the major assumption is that political corruption, economic degradation and injustice can lead to Social turnoil. What is needed is only a fuse.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, June 30, 2009 Sarkozy and the need for more Social State
The most significant effect of the two-year leadership of Nicolas Sarkozy is the essence of what he expressed during his speech in Versailles: His public confession that the answer to the the economic crisis is the invigoration of 'Social State' and therefore a second chance to the French model, which, if reformed, could prove it's diachronic value.
(3 comments) SHARE Tuesday, June 9, 2009 What the heck is going wrong with The European Left?
Something goes wrong with Europe's Socialist and Progressive political powers. Their recent defeat in a European-wide election, along with the worrying rise of the Conservative and Right Wing parties and alliances, create a foreboding perspective for EU's Center Left.
SHARE Friday, May 15, 2009 European Union: A Progressive Agenda Is Needed
Most of the Europeans seem to ignore the actual politics of Brussels and Strasbourg, focusing on their own territories and their own national issues. Why does it happen? The answer can be found on EU's lack of a progressive political agenda which would really "touch" the actual problems of the member-states.
(2 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 31, 2009 G20 Summit: London's haunting spectre
The G20 Summit in London has thus created high expectations, but the continuous rift between the Europe and the United States consists a very serious obstacle on the way to "compromise". Will they reach an agreement and chase out the spectre of economic crisis?
SHARE Saturday, February 14, 2009 The Crisis of Europe's Social Democracy
The European Social Democracy is in the middle of a crisis of political identity. As soon as it will weather its ideological problems, then Europe's center-Left will be ready to offer an alternative solution to the upcoming cul-de-sac of the actually existing Capitalism.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, January 13, 2009 Vladimir Putin: The Tsar Will Be Back
Choosing 'Order before Freedom' Vladimir Putin put Russia back on the map and continues to affect domestic and international politics. Its very possible that in four years he will be back in Kremlin's official leadership.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, September 30, 2008 Time's Up for "Macedonian" Perverse Nationalism
Its time for the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to abandon its years-long nationalistic practices, for the sake of a commonly-accepted solution in the naming dispute with neighbouring Greece.
SHARE Saturday, September 13, 2008 'Holy' Byzantine-style business shakes up Greek politics
How can a Greek Orthodox Monastery be implicated in dealings regarding state land property? The question is rhetorical. It seems that, sometimes, even monks envy the intercourses between Business and Politics. An assumption which could be certified as long as the Greek state and Mount Athos' Vatopedi Monastery appear to have exchanged land property under controversial terms of agreement.
SHARE Tuesday, August 26, 2008 Opening Pandora's box of national sovereignty?
It becomes quite clear that when governments' attitude towards national independence movements follows the unfair doctrine "one law for the rich and another for the poor", then, indeed, they open Pandora's box of national sovereignty and mine the foundations of Peace and Security themselves.