Index February 2012

2012-02-01: Legal Loopholes: Critics Question Merkel’s Fiscal Pact Proposal;
2012-02-02: A New Chile is Possible;
2012-02-02: La triste réalité des femmes excisées;
2012-02-03: China and Japan currency swap;
2012-02-03: Kinjy’s journey in Nepal;
2012-02-04: Investors (and Others) Realizing Their Ox is About to be Gored in Mortgage Settlement;
2012-02-05: Portugal’s problems: The next special case?
2012-02-06: The Mondragon cooperatives – valued workers instead of shareholder value;
2012-02-07: Home Foreclosures and Shadow Banking: Why All the Robo-signing?
2012-02-08: Debt Crisis Myth: Why Germany Isn’t Benefiting from Euro’s Woes;
2012-02-09: Egypt: Country in confusion;
2012-02-10: The Upcoming Greek Deal – Recognition of Reality or Complete Evasion of the Truth?
2012-02-10: 38 kurze Videos zur Schweiz, die Banken und den Rest;
2012-02-11: The euro crisis: The hazards of crisis;
2012-02-11: L’abandon de l’excision: C’est par les hommes que ça passera;
2012-02-12: US reaffirms commitment to ending Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting;
2012-02-13: Europe’s black cygnets;
2012-02-14: Mikis Theodorakis speech against IMF …  on 31-5-2011;
2012-02-15: European Doubts Growing over Greece Debt Strategy;2012-02-16: Greece’s woes: A reprieve, nothing more;
2012-02-17: Volcker and Banks;
2012-02-18: Can Labor Organize the Unemployed?
2012-02-19: The Great Recession in Black Wealth;
2012-02-20: Democratizing the Electricity System;
2012-02-21: Document Types Indexed in EconLit;
2012-02-22: Citizens found cooperatives again;
2012-02-23: Real Wealth vs. The Debt Bubble, Catherine Austin Fitts on GRTV;
2012-02-24: The U.S. Government Working for the Abandonment of FGM/Cutting;
2012-02-25: Playing with fire;
2012-02-26: How Greece Could Take Down Wall Street;
2012-02-27: Successful Chinese Emigrating to West in Droves;
2012-02-28: François Hollande: Towards a European New Deal?
2012-02-28: G-20-TREFFEN: Europäer setzen sich mit ESM-Zeitplan durch;
2012-02-29: Die Psychologie des Geldes;
2012-02-29: USA: We need to show consideration for the poor.

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