Rick Rozoff on the Violent Protest in Ukraine + Who’s To Blame? + Radicals in Riots? + Temporary Truce

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with Rick Rozoff
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Stop NATO
January 23, 2014

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Mr. Rozoff is an International affairs commentator and manager of Stop NATO.

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Africa’s Bad Omen of World War by Finian Cunningham

by Finian Cunningham
Writer, Dandelion Salad
East Africa
Crossposted from PressTV
January 22, 2014

Central African Republic: Torn Apart by Violence

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This week the world rewound more than a century – with the announcement that the European Union is to send troops to Central Africa.

This development has ominous resonance with how imperial rivalry historically played out in Africa and which eventually led to world war.

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Gar Alperovitz: Understanding the Imperialist System Changed My Life

THE FACE OF IMPERIALISM

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Dandelion Salad

TheRealNews·Jan 22, 2014

On Reality Asserts Itself Mr. Alperovitz tells TRNN Senior Editor Paul Jay, that the Vietnam War made it clear there was no way to a more rational capitalism and there had to be fundamental change. Continue reading

N is for Neo-Serfdom, O for Offshore Banking by Michael Hudson

by Michael Hudson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
michael-hudson.com
January 23, 2014

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Parts N and O in the .

Neoclassical economics: The school that arose in the last quarter of the 19th century, stripping away the classical concept of economic rent as unearned income. By the late 20th century the term “neoclassical” had come to connote a deductive body of free-trade theory using circular reasoning by tautology, excluding discussion of property, debt and the financial sector’s role in general, taking the existing institutional environment for granted. (See Marginalism and Parallel Universe, and contrast with Structural Problem and Systems Analysis.)

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