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Thomas Piketty has wise words on German hypocrisy and how to solve the Greek debt crisis – QZ.com

from Marty Stock’s fb page, Thomas Piketty on Germany and Greece: “Piketty: When I hear the Germans say that they maintain a very moral stance about debt and strongly believe that debts must be repaid, then I think: what a … Continue reading

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Krugman at NYT. in “Greece Over the Brink,” says they should jump out of the Common Market.

Catherine Lindsay left Greece the other day, and the banks immediately closed in a national emergency. Watch out for this young lady. Paul Krugman argues for Greece to pull out of the common market and give up the Euro. He … Continue reading

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Who was behind the Nato involvement in The War in Bosnia, 1992–1995

“MILESTONES: 1993–2000 The War in Bosnia, 1992–1995 In 1991 and 1992, Yugoslavia disintegrated under the pressures of ethnic conflict, economic issues, and the demagoguery of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic. The secessions of Slovenia and Croatia triggered warfare in both new … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman: Greece on the Brink!

Originally posted on InconvenientNews.Net:
For retirees, who are dependent on the market, these dark clouds are worth paying attention to. There appears here, a sad echo between the damaging austerity climate in Europe, and the devastation caused by debtor’s…

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Kosovo is reeling from over-population! (and lack of investment?)

Having a new pen pal in Bosnia, pushed me to look up Kosovo on a map, and read the entire article below. Kosovo is between northern Albania and Macedonia, under Serbia. It sounds like another — this time very small … Continue reading

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We need a little more Greece in the European economy.

 Paul Krugman ends his column: “Meanwhile, the first real debtor revolt against austerity is off to a decent start, even if nobody believes it. What’s the Greek for “Keep calm and carry on”?” What Greece Won Why all the negative … Continue reading

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Greece needs debt reduction.

PKFP. Paul Krugman for president. I just saw the movie, The Imitation Game, about a team of Britsh code breakers during World War two, which was excellent and fascinating, and recommended to 13 and above — a 9/10. Krugman here … Continue reading

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