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Bangkok demonstrators threaten to shut down city starting Monday

Despite government efforts to calm down restive demonstrators by promising to dissolve parliament to give way for new elections, protesters are now threatening to shut down the capital city of Bangkok beginning January 13.
In the Media by Leo Reyes

Risk of social unrest highest in Europe

The International Labour Organization (ILO) is warning that the risk of major social unrest around the world is now greatest in Europe.
In the Media by Stephen Morgan - 2 comments

Belgian trade unions: Austerity is not a solution, it's a problem Special

Brussels - The leaders of the trade unions striking today in Belgium had a common message for the leaders of the EU countries meeting today in Brussels: austerity measures are not a solution to the current economic crisis.
Digital Journal Report by Carmen Paun

Op-Ed: The London riots – seeing the bigger picture Special

Behind the wanton destruction, hatred, mindless violence and unbridled criminality of the recent and ongoing outrages lay genuine grievances, but they are directed at the wrong people, says David Pidcock.
Digital Journal Report by Alexander Baron - 4 comments

Russia’s oil advantage increases over Middle East unrest

Moscow - Upheavals in the Middle East have led to escalating oil prices across the world and fears of additional unrest has left many investors looking for solid ground, with that solid ground now appearing to be in Russia.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 1 comment

Venezuela’s Chavez say US planning invasion of Libya

Caracas - Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez on Monday said the unrest in Libya is the result of exaggeration and distortions by the US government in order to justify an invasion of the North African country.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann

Protests in Libya encountering ‘shoot-to-kill’ policy, 200 dead

The protests in Libya have turned extreme as waves of innocent civilians and wounded protesters arrive in the country’s hospitals, victims of what a doctor there is calling “absolutely a shoot-to-kill” government policy.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann

China hoarding food staples, world food prices continue to rise

Valhalla - China is hoarding corn, wheat and rice supplies in what a chief economist calls an “aggravating concern” as weather events across the globe continue wreaking havoc on grain productions, all combining to have a serious impact on global food prices.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 5 comments

Tunisia uprising triggers unrest in Egypt, Jordan and Yemen

The recent uprising that led to the fall of Tunisia's repressive government has resulted in the death of 219 and injury to more than 500 people as sporadic fighting continues in some parts of the country.
In the Media by Leo Reyes

Op-Ed: France: ‘You say you want a revolution. Well, you know..’

So sang Lennon, and ‘Revolution’ is also creeping into the vocabulary of the French public and politicians. They would do well to remind themselves of the murderous outcome of the French Revolution, and it's lessons, before starting another one.
In the Media by Michael Cosgrove - 25 comments
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