Posts Tagged: IMF
Noam Chomsky looks at the increasing power and coordination of the countries of the Global South.
As Latin America's leftward political shift grows deeper roots, U.S. influence over the region is declining.
Ten years after the Asian financial crisis, the Pacific economies have yet to really recover. Meanwhile, as columnist Walden Bello argues, finance capital resists any form of global regulation, making more financial crises likely.
The selection of another Europe to head the IMF will only further marginalize the institution.
Umpire, this game is fixed! Zoellick is poised to replace Wolfowitz in the World Banks latest one-horse-race.
Noam Chomsky analyzes the Wolfowitz scandal, odious debts, and presidential power.
Latin America leads the way out of the global debt machine.
The International Monetary Fund is increasingly irrelevant and even its own assessment found major flaws in its track record in the poorest countries.
One world economy ready or not? FPIF columnist Walden Bello argues that globalization has reached its high-water mark and is receding.
Without political reform, Laos will continue to be mired in debt and poverty, argues Ronald Bruce St John.