The judicial coup against
President Dilma Rousseff is the culmination
of the deepest political crisis in Brazil
for 50 years.
This paper examines the
theories and practices of neoliberalism
drawing upon five case studies and argues
that there are alternatives, both within
and beyond neoliberalism itself.
While deep-seated inequalities
affect the future of democracy both
in the global North and the South, the
author examines the prospects for liberal
democracy in the global South.
The author focuses on
the crisis in macroeconomics today where
the neoliberal hegemony has displaced
all other critical schools of economic
theory from the mainstream.
This article investigates
the closed forms of seriality as well
as policies of social liberalism that
played a crucial role in shaping the
present day world.
Economic Research Foundation
(ERF) in association with Save the Children,
UK undertook this study on the impact
of inequality on children in India.
Sadat dismantled Nasser's
socialist developmental model and established
neoliberal crony capitalism in Egypt.
The real challenge of the recent uprising
is to revert it.
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