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Germany is the hypocritical worst: Arrogance, austerity -- and zero sense of history

Germany is the hypocritical worst: Arrogance, austerity — and zero sense of history

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China and Greece Wobble, Canada Dips Into Recession, Yellen Unfazed

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Neoliberals must answer: How Greece's rejection of austerity puts them on the spot

Neoliberals must answer: How Greece’s rejection of austerity puts them on the spot

Austerity will wreck Europe: Greece and the scary new European ultra-nationalism

Greek Lawmakers Pass Additional Austerity Measures - The New York Times

Greek Lawmakers Pass Additional Austerity Measures

The Greek Parliament agreed to further pension cuts and plans to privatize the country’s power corporation and the water boards of Athens and Thessaloniki.

Outgoing Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is surrounded by media as he tries to leave on his motorcycle, after his resignation in Athens, Monday, July 6, 2015. Greece and its membership in Europe's joint currency faced an uncertain future Monday, with the country under pressure to reach a bailout deal with creditors as soon as possible after Greeks resoundingly rejected the notion of more austerity in exchange for aid. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)

V for Varoufakis: The sound and fury from five months as Greece’s finance minister

Austerity has strangled Britain. Only Labour will consign it to history

Austerity has strangled the British economy. Only Labour gets this

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Brazil's Tainted Meat Scandal Exposes Another Corruption Scheme   --     While corruption scandals proliferate, Brazilians take to the streets to oppose new austerity measures imposed by President Temer, says Mike Fox from Brazil

Brazil's Tainted Meat Scandal Exposes Another Corruption Scheme -- While corruption scandals proliferate, Brazilians take to the streets to oppose new austerity measures imposed by President Temer, says Mike Fox from Brazil

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