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Albena Azmanova Misframing the Greek protest

The calls these days to support the Greek people’s struggle against austerity are in abundance. The Campaign for Democracy group has issued one such petition.

I signed this petition, as I do support the Greek people’s fight for social justice and regaining some control of their destiny. But what a pity … More >

Patrick Donnelly-Shores European partnership could signal a new direction for renewable energy

President Francois Hollande of France announced a new renewable energy partnership between the French and German governments last week. The idea, modeled on the Airbus partnership, would expand cooperation between the governments on renewable energy projects.

Airbus, which began in the 1960s, was formed as a joint partnership between primarily between French and … More >

Claude Fischer How bad is ‘European’?

GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been, as have other GOP candidates, castigating President Obama for presumably wanting to “Europeanize” the United States. On January 6, 2012, for example, Romney asserted that the President was “dragging ‘the soul of America’ toward a ‘European-style welfare state’.” Romney and others have accused … More >

Beverly Crawford The end of the West’s duplicity in a transforming Middle East?

Post co-authored by Beverly Crawford and Nora Reikosky.

Like the collective gasp of horror heard round the world on 9/11, we now hear a global sigh of relief at the news of Osama bin Laden’s demise. President Obama tells us that we can all breathe easier now. But can we?  Will Osama’s … More >

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