Can we lick the global meltdown without war?

October 2012
Filipino Reporter;10/19/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 46, p46
The author wonders whether the global economic meltdown could be solve without war. Several factors contribute to the Eurozone crisis such as political conflicts, unsustainable public funds and problems in Greece including corruption, cheating on taxes and hidden private wealth. History also showed the existence of nepotism and dynasties in Greek politics. It proposes building of solidarity economies to be able to recover from the crisis and help achieve economic growth.


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