BRICS

BRICS Summit in China: A Missed Opportunity

September 6, 2017

Patrick Bond, who held a keynote address at the BRICS counter-summit in Hong Kong, says that critics consider the 9th BRICS summit in Xiamen, China, a missed opportunity to challenge corporate-led globalization

The Top Three Economic Stories of 2015

December 31, 2015

UMKC’s Michael Hudson breaks down how the increasing wealth gap, suppression of wages, and IMF rule changes are creating a battle between the classes

Will South America Bring Life to the Bank of the South?

December 11, 2014
The countries of South America need their alternative to the World Bank to step forward; if not, they will be back in crisis, explains historian and sovereign debt expert Eric Toussaint

Deconstructing Fed Vice Chair’s Grim Economic Forecast

August 13, 2014

PERI co-director Gerald Epstein discusses how Fed vice chair Stanley Fischer has ignored real solutions to improve the economy, like increasing wages

World Trade Organization

July 22, 2014
An eminent trade negotiator explains the global value chain approach to trade and gives a first hand account of negotiating the WTO Doha Development Agenda

BRICS: Progressive Rhetoric, Neoliberal Practice

July 18, 2014

Patrick Bond: All the governments behind the New Development Bank practice intense neoliberalism

Who Will Pay for Climate Change Disaster?

April 21, 2014

A discussion with Patrick Bond on the lack of political will to deal with climate change and the forces mobilizing for action

Wage Shares Fall in the US, Germany and Many Other Countries While Financial Shocks Hit Emerging Economies – Yilmaz Akyuz (2/2)

February 21, 2014

Economist, Yilmaz Akyuz on US & European crisis mismanagement and global imbalances.

Patrick Bond On The Global Economy

September 18, 2013
Patrick Bond: Slow growth and inflation are taking a toll in developing countries

The Bond Report

June 24, 2013
Patrick Bond: South Africans plan protests over Obama administration’s funding of African dictators, revelations of NSA spying and economic agenda