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From Lehman Brothers’ Collapse to the Greek Debacle – Exposing Shifts in the World Economic Order

By Prof. Bulent Gokay | 01 June 2010 On 15 September 2008, the supposedly safe and perpetually prosperous world of post-industrial global economic order blew itself up when Lehman Brothers filed for…
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Political Warfare old and new: The State and Private Groups in the Formation of the National Endowment for Democracy

Robert Pee On June 8 1982, Ronald Reagan gave a speech to the British Parliament calling for a global crusade for democracy. The practical outcome of this was the creation, in…
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Beyond the 2001 financial crisis: The political economy of the new phase of neo-liberal restructuring in Turkey

Prof. Ziya Onis   Turkey has experienced consecutive financial crises in 2000 and 2001. The crisis of 2001 was particularly far-reaching in terms of its impact, resulting in a major…
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