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After Horror, Change?

John Miller, Guest Blogger John Miller is a professor of economics at Wheaton College (Norton, Mass.). This post appeared originally in the September/October issue of Triple Crisis’s sister publication Dollars & Sense , as Miller’s regular “Up Against the Wall … Continue reading

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Change of Climate in the U.S.

Sunita Narain Climate change has a surprising new follower: the U.S. president. The U.S. government has been the biggest bugbear in climate change negotiations. Since discussions began on this issue in the early 1990s, the United States has stymied all … Continue reading

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Winds of Change Blow in Asia

Martin Khor More on the TPPA negotiations from Triple Crisis contributor Martin Khor. Cross posted from Third World Network. The winds of change are blowing, bringing shifts in perceived wisdom and the old order, especially in the Asian region. The … Continue reading

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