Clearing Up This Mess

John Maynard Keynes had the answer to the crisis we’re now facing; but it was blocked and then forgotten. Read more.

Protect and Survive

Peter Mandelson is bullying the world’s poorest nations into following a development route that can’t work. Read more.

Manufactured Famine

A new wave of food colonialism is snatching food from the mouths of the poor. Read more.

Breast Beating

The G8 has the interests of the rest of the world at heart – until they conflict with its own. Read more.

No More Ventriloquists

A world parliament allows the poor to speak for themselves. Read more.

The Emperor of Africa

Tony Blair cannot let go of Britain’s inordinate global powers Read more.

Still the Rich World’s Viceroy

If the IMF wants to reform itself, why not try democracy? Read more.

The Man Who Betrayed the Poor

Even as the G8 promises fall apart, Geldof stays silent Read more.

Africa’s New Best Friends

The corporations which helped to immiserate Africa are being given control of its development. Read more.

Bards of the Powerful

Far from challenging the G8’s role in Africa’s poverty, Geldof and Bono are legitimising its power. Read more.

Spin, Lies and Corruption

The G8’s debt reduction plan is little better than an extortion racket Read more.

A Game of Double Bluff

The UK and EU are keeping the poorer nations exactly where they want them: beholden to their patrons Read more.

I’m With Wolfowitz

Have we forgotten what the World Bank is for? Read more.

The Real Straight Banana

A coup against social Europe has been foiled – for the time being Read more.

Punitive – And It Works

Sweden proves the neoliberals wrong about how to slash poverty. Read more.

America’s War with Itself

Bush’s attempt to wreck the climate talks follows an established pattern of self-destruction Read more.

The Age of Consent

Text of lecture given to the Royal Society of Arts, and printed in their magazine Read more.

Battle of the Manifestos

Battle of the Manifestos Read more.

A Charter to Intervene

We need new international laws to tell us whether or not force is justified. Read more.

The Flight to India

The jobs Britain stole from the Asian subcontinent 300 years ago are now returning. Is this a good thing or a bad one? Read more.