Sunday April 5, 2020

Stephen Kinsella: Strange days indeed

The era of globalisation we have enjoyed since the 1970s may well be coming to an end

11th December, 2016
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We’re living through very strange times. Times when it’s a good thing that only 46 per cent of the Austrian electorate voted for a neo-Nazi to become their president. Thankfully he lost, but only marginally.

Times when fairly sensible constitutional reforms to improve the stability of Italy’s governance system get rejected and immediately throw the Italian banking system, with its €360 billion-worth of non-performing loans, into crisis.

Times when the...

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