Archive: Opinion

Is it really in the interest of Irish citizens to defend the Apple tax?

Opinion

14.09.2020

The wealth brought by multinationals has not benefited Irish citizens due to the staunch refusal to implement redistribution policies.

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Platform capitalism: How Big Tech monopolies are messing up the global economy

Opinion

11.09.2020

Platform companies are dependent on capital injections and their employees rarely benefit from their 'success'.

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Authoritarianism in Australia: right-wing politics in the antipodes

Opinion

28.08.2020

The emergence of COVID-19 has deflected attention from rising authoritarianism across a number of areas in Australia.

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Against “de-platforming” and other stunts

Opinion

20.08.2020

We cannot allow the stifling of criticism, so that a few media activists insist on describing the current protests in strictly cultural terms.

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What if the European common debt were an opportunity for workers to seize?

Opinion

22.06.2020

The European Union is a political space where the financial elites are winning by strangling the workers and populations of Europe through austerity.

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Berlin Diaries: “Protests, Concerns & Hopes”

Opinion

12.06.2020

The radical systemic changes that the BLM is fighting for require internationalism and persistence. We need to talk about neoliberal capitalism.

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Corporate dystopia is coming: here’s how the Left must fight it

Opinion

4.06.2020

The coronavirus recession will be long and protracted, and will exacerbate the shift from neoliberalism towards corporate state capitalism.

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Internationalism against reactionary violence

Opinion

5.03.2020

Enforcing internationalism through fighting for common progress is the best defence against reactionary violence.

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The insidious return of xenophobia in Greece

Opinion

2.03.2020

DiEM25 and MeRA25 will not allow the Greek government to legitimise the Golden Dawn – Greek Solution racist narrative.

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