Topic: Business & Economy

Africa Investigates – Nigeria’s Fake Doctors

This Al-Jazeera investigation is quite eye-opening. Nigeria, a country that is bringing in serious money whilst selling natural resources, including oil, has

People & Power – Health Effects of Tunisia’s Phosphate Mines

The damaging health effects of Tunisia’s phosphate mines on workers who hoped the Arab Spring would bring change.

Inside Story – Greece Bailout Deal: Backtracking on Promises?

According to Al-Jazeera… “Athens claims success in comprise reached with creditors that would end austerity, but required reforms could be costly”. This

Empire – Rise of the Oligarchs, Decline of US Democracy

Empire with Marwan Bishara examines the rise and role of the new oligarchs and the decline of democracy in the United States

INFOGRAPHIC: The Battle for Libya’s Oil – Africa’s Largest Reserve

According to Al-Jazeera: Oil is the lifeblood of the Libyan economy. Prior to the 2011 revolution that toppled Muammar Gaddafi, Libya produced

The Balkans: Europe’s Immigration Back Door via Serbia/Hungary

Serbia has become a popular location for asylum seekers beginning their journey into Western Europe. This report reveals the dangers facing those

Waste = Food : The Cradle 2 Cradle Concept

Michael Braungart and William McDonough came up with the ‘Waste=Food’ concept in the early 90’s, and today it has become the national

US National Debt – Official Yearly Stats 1790-2014

These are the stats for the overall US national debt, according to the official figures released by the US National Treasury. We

Greek Situation Being Used to Push Us into a Single EU State

We have been subjected to a particular cycle here in Europe for decades. This cycle involves mini-economic disasters, followed by a speeding

Pushing Integration: Greenspan Calls For 1 EU Federal Superstate

One of the most famous economic ‘advice-givers’ that this planet has ever produced, Alan Greenspan, has explained to us ordinary folks –

Submit! – ECB & EU Governments Bully the Greek People

Well, it has been going on for a while, but the ECB certainly upped it’s game today, regarding it’s ability to act

Paying The Price – Killing The Children Of Iraq

John Pilger and Alan Lowery travel to Iraq with Denis Halliday, a former assistant secretary-general of the United Nations who resigned over

Burp! – Pepsi vs Coke In The Ice Cold War

Traces the history of these brands against the backdrop of global politics. The second world war was the perfect vehicle for Coca-Cola

The New Rulers Of The World – Multinationals and Institutions

John Pilger explores the impact of globalisation, taking Indonesia as his prime example, a country that the World Bank described as a

Flying The Flag, Arming The World

John Pilger looks behind the political rhetoric and discovers the world of international arms dealing. Ever since many of Britains export industries