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Is Europe Changing the Financial Sector?

Iván H. Ayala | Posted 02.11.2014 | World
Iván H. Ayala

It is not a coincidence that banks have manipulated the LIBOR for preventing exposure of their positions of derivatives of interest rates in certain markets. It is the consequence of the so-called "liberalization of capital markets" which might be better defined as a "decriminalization" of some practices formerly regulated.

What Woodward and Bernstein Got Wrong About Watergate

Will Bunch | Posted 08.18.2012 | Media
Will Bunch

The real crimes of the last 40 years didn't fit into the box that Woodward and Bernstein and the Watergate scandal helped to create. In the end, the real exceptionalism of Richard Nixon was merely that he was dumb enough to get caught. The rest of them all got away with it.

A New Symbol for New Times

John Jackson | Posted 07.16.2012 | Impact
John Jackson

The aim of a symbol is to communicate as immediately and directly as possible the core of what you represent. Which brings us to an important question: Is it time to consider a new symbol for a new era?

Is There a Big Idea in Occupy Movements?

Vaios Papanagnou | Posted 01.08.2012 | Politics
Vaios Papanagnou

The epoch that started in 2008 is defined by a single worry. Equally defining is the visible form that this angst takes. Millions of people in the Wes...

Global #OWS: Belgium's Antwerp

Posted 12.24.2011 | World

As the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York celebrates its one-month anniversary and protest movements continue to spread around the world, HuffPos...

Greece: Why We Are Angry and Desperate

Vaios Papanagnou | Posted 08.01.2011 | World
Vaios Papanagnou

As a journalist I feel that the Greek crisis is no longer an issue to be exhausted in the financial pages, and the detached reporting of the rise in unemployment, deflation, weekly demonstrations and marches.