As the G20 meet to discuss the global economic recovery, the Debt Justice group calls for a radical break with extraction and austerity and proposes a new system in its place.
Global food security crisis not merely a ‘logistics’ issue
Treating the current global food crisis as a ‘logistics’ issue glosses over the fact that it roots from decades of imperialist plunder, land grabbing, trade monopolies, and neoliberal policies espoused by International Monetary Fund, World Bank, World Trade Organization, and other international financial institutions.
The G20 in Toronto: Mayhem from Inside the Fences
By PAUL QUINTOS Peopleresist.net International Posted by Bulatlat.com Leaders from 20 major economies gathered in Toronto last June 26-27, 2010 in the first Summit of the G20 in its new self-designated role as “the premier forum for international economic cooperation.” Its mandate is no less than licking the gravest economic crisis the world has seen…
Asian Peasant Group Hits Planned G20 Summit
BY BULATLAT A coalition of Asian peasant groups has criticized the White House’s invitation to the Philippines to host the Group of Twenty (G20) economic summit on Nov. 15, 2008 supposedly to “discuss the current global economic and financial problems that are affecting the world.” The G20 members are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France,…