An unprecedented combination of corporate and state power has progressively shaped itself up in the U.S. after WWII, characterized by Sheldon S. Wolin as “Inverted Totalitarianism.” What is behind this concept?
What needs to change in our understanding of economics so that humanity can thrive without destroying the planet? To Kate Raworth, an English economist working at Oxford and Cambridge universities, the answer is in the doughnut!
Climate change is the symptom of an imbalance at the core of our economic system. Our world needs to make sense, not just money. To get past the failed ideology of neoliberalism, a renewed intelligence of democracy is key.
Each and every year, the U.S. Congress votes for expanding an already bloated military budget. Analyzing the propaganda behind the once called “War on Terror” opens a sobering perspective on the true nature of political power in this country.
The conventional model of economic development is mechanistic. Detached from life’s creative web of interactions, it has reached its limits and is now failing our societies on all counts. What would an organic view of the economy look like?