The US and China will meet to end the war, as all wars end with agreements.
The crisis and emerging conflicts will lead to the third world war between the US and China. The crisis is just beginning, although the causes of the crisis have been building up for decades.
While the depression of the s and the stagflation of the s appear to be manifestations of Karl Marx's contention that the rate of profit tends to fall over time, the Great Depression of the s and the Great Recession of the s appear to be rooted in rising rates of exploitation.
No nation or region on Earth will be unaffected by climate change. Deepening fissures in the international system might stoke more fundamental vulnerabilities.
This essay uses the credit crisis as an example to illuminate what a social approach to the financial markets would look like. Theoretically, we fashion a more social account by developing a notion of performativity that does away with the now conventional opposition between the objective structure of the market and the subjective agency of its participant.
The world recently commemorated the th year anniversary of the start of the First World War.
These phenomenon are not just signs of climate change. Whether countries each chart their own course in areas like this, or instead align around shared approaches, could have important implications for the future of humanity.
Recently, more dramatic changes have been noted. The writer is chairman of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organisation. The example of climate change shows that, even when the first is possible, the second can be challenging: broad consensus has been built up over decades — culminating in the signing of the Paris Agreement in — but even full implementation of current commitments will not be enough to prevent damaging levels of global warming.
Though valuable, their reproduction oriented approach misses financial actors' awareness and self-conscious manipulation of sociability in the destabilizing process of market making.