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#WW1 : 100 years on capitalism is still the driving force for war

By Domenico Moro This year marks the centenary of the First World War, which began with the signing of the declaration of war by the Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria on July 28, 1914. For the first time in history, and after a hundred years of relative peace, all major powers were involved in a … Continue reading

EU needs to stop multinationals ‘blacklisting’ workers

Corporations operating in the UK, France, Ireland and Sweden have been accused of ‘blacklisting’ so it is time for the EU to legislate to outlaw the practice – says MEP Public Service Europe

Hollande and Miliband take a right turn

European social democracy, having abandoned any residual shame, has started off on the road to neo-liberalism, without looking back, says Carlo Formenti As if to steal from Italy’s Mario Monti the prize for the European political leader most decided on ridding himself of the limits on the excessive power of employers over the labour force, … Continue reading

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