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Michael Hudson – Charles Goodhart — Could/Should Jubilee Debt Cancellations be Reintroduced Today?

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Michael Hudson and Charles Goodhart team up. Longish and detailed but an easy read.CounterpunchCould/Should Jubilee Debt Cancellations be Reintroduced Today? Michael Hudson – Charles Goodhartalso Irrespective of what we may think of Syria, this is little but a full-scale assault on international law and the normative system embedded in the UN Charter that has taken decades of hard work to build, a fundamental cornerstone of the management and civilizational development of the world order system. Seen in comparison with the other attempts at undermining the UN – which began in the 1990s in Bosnia-Herzegovina – this should be a cause of deep concern among people in the truly civilizational corners of our world. And it can’t be sold to the world under the headline of a Responsibility to

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Michael Hudson and Charles Goodhart team up.

Longish and detailed but an easy read.

Counterpunch
Could/Should Jubilee Debt Cancellations be Reintroduced Today?
Michael Hudson – Charles Goodhart

also

Irrespective of what we may think of Syria, this is little but a full-scale assault on international law and the normative system embedded in the UN Charter that has taken decades of hard work to build, a fundamental cornerstone of the management and civilizational development of the world order system.
Seen in comparison with the other attempts at undermining the UN – which began in the 1990s in Bosnia-Herzegovina – this should be a cause of deep concern among people in the truly civilizational corners of our world.
And it can’t be sold to the world under the headline of a Responsibility to Protect.…
Naked power grab.

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Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

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