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There is a debate which going around in circles, within the established forces in Europe, as well as in the broad Left: a debate on a European „state“ emerging out of the present „state“ and development of European integration, as it has been realized in the EU. I want to defend the idea, that this […]

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New Analysis

The new analysis (see fulltext PDF) by two members of the Institute states: There is no consensus among the ruling classes on the correct way of dealing with the crisis or how to continue with Europe. And works around questions like: Should the euro be defended? Would it not be better to split up the […]

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Left-wing Strategies in the Euro Crisis

There is the constant criticism, that the Left Party’s policies should not be confined only to ‘we are against’, a simple negation. As such, it is important to emphasize the many forward-looking proposals for handling the euro crisis and for a social Europe as part of a solidarity-based process of European re-foundation. The Rosa Luxemburg […]

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Impoverishing Europe

The crisis is not relinquishing its grip on Europe. From autumn 2008 to early 2009 the world market experienced the deepest slump in economic output since the Second World War. This is a global crisis. Even in emerging economies like China, Brazil or India economic growth declined and could not compensate for the recession in […]

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Check this Review of the english Version of our Greece-Booklet.

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Interview by Paul Manson Karl Marx, in London for a book signing, stumbles off the Eurostar and straight into an interview with Paul Mason at a café in King’s Cross. How does the credit crunch fit with the guru’s theory of crisis? I chose St Pancras to impress him, but he is not impressed. Stumbling […]

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“It is not the wind but the sail that determines the direction”. – Chinese proverb No Crisis Within the Crisis? Capitalism is in crisis – not in Russia, Mexico or Indonesia but globally and especially in its core. As in 1929, Wall Street became the crisis’s epicentre. It is indisputably the biggest economic and financial […]

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