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Global Food Prices Increase 8 Percent in Start of 2012

Global Food Prices Increase 8 Percent in Start of 2012 Global food prices are on the rise again – increasing 8 percent in the first months of 2012 – after a period of decline, according to the World Bank’s Food … Continue reading

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GLOBAL FOOD CR?S?S Special Report World Food Crisis “2015″

GLOBAL FOOD CR?S?S Special Report World Food Crisis “2015″ Security against rising inflation and recession. With global warming, unstable economies, food rations, and other unknown factors, food prices may increase, . GLOBAL FOOD CR?S?S Special… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Global Pulse – 5/01/08: Food Price Crisis

Global Pulse – 5/01/08: Food Price Crisis (May 1, 2008) Global food prices soar and the world’s poorest people go even hungrier. Food riots fuel political crises in some nations. Rich nations pledge … Video Rating: 4 / 5

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How Much has the IMF Changed in Response to the Global Crisis?

Matías Vernengo Following the 2008 Global Crisis the notion that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has moved away from orthodox views on a range of issues, but particularly regarding the need for austerity, has been pervasive. For example, Paul Krugman … Continue reading

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Full Show 3/24/14: Democratizing the Global Food Crisis

Full Show 3/24/14: Democratizing the Global Food Crisis Thom discusses the economics of Ukraine joining the European Union with Economist and Professor Richard Wolff, when we’ll hit the climate danger threshold wi… Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Human Rights, the Global Economy, and the Arab World, Part 4

Ali Kadri This is the fourth of a five-part series by regular Triple Crisis contributor Ali Kadri, Senior Research Fellow at the Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore, and author of Arab Development Denied: Dynamics of Accumulation by Wars of … Continue reading

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Human Rights, the Global Economy, and the Arab World, Part 2

Ali Kadri This is the second part of a five-part series by regular Triple Crisis contributor Ali Kadri, Senior Research Fellow at the Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore, and author of Arab Development Denied: Dynamics of Accumulation by Wars of … Continue reading

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Human Rights, the Global Economy, and the Arab World, Part 3

Ali Kadri This is the third of a five-part series by regular Triple Crisis contributor Ali Kadri, Senior Research Fellow at the Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore, and author of Arab Development Denied: Dynamics of Accumulation by Wars … Continue reading

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What Role for Development Finance in the Future of Africa and the Global South?

Francis A. Kornegay, Institute for Global Dialogue, associated with the University of South Africa, and Nancy Alexander, Heinrich Böll Foundation (North America) At the recent BRICS Summit, leaders announced new initiatives, including a New Development Bank (NDB) for infrastructure and sustainable … Continue reading

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Human Rights, the Global Economy, and the Arab World, Part 1

Ali Kadri This is the first part of a five-part series by regular Triple Crisis contributor Ali Kadri, Senior Research Fellow at the Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore, and author of Arab Development Denied: Dynamics of Accumulation by Wars … Continue reading

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