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We look at how Congress actions to rectify the fiscal situation are creating a larger social affliction.
We look at how much longer oil has to run, and ask if new alternative energy finds have delayed the inevitable.
"Debtgate", like Saddam Hussein's non-existent WMDs, is just one more example of that process in action.
As Europe struggles under widespread spending cuts, it seems that the theory behind austerity may, in fact, be flawed.
Most politicians are incapable of making difficult choices until risks actually materialise.
The case for China's move to a more malleable exchange-rate regime remains strong.
Why does the public accept sky-high salaries for sports superstars, but not for superstars of business and finance?
The food industry is characterised by market failures that pass external costs on to consumers and to society.
Instead of focusing on increasing economic growth, shouldn't the focus be on long-term sustainability and durability?
Is there a viable option besides capitalism for today's world? Or is it possible to adjust the system to make it work?
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