Vicente Navarro

How neoliberal dogma has prolonged the COVID-19 pandemic

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After a year of coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, widespread vaccination programs may signal that its end is in sight for many countries. But, writes Vicente Navarro, the pandemic could have been resolved much more quickly, vaccine shortages avoided, and fewer lives lost to COVID-19, had national governments not only financed vaccine development, but taken on its production as […]

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    Emphasizing class-based policies can help civil society to mobilize women, the elderly, and ethnic and minority groups in the US election.

Emphasizing class-based policies can help civil society to mobilize women, the elderly, and ethnic and minority groups in the US election.

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The 2016 election cycle has been marked by a populist rebellion against Washington by the supporters of Donald Trump, and the billionaire class by those who follow Senator Bernie Sanders. Vicente Navarro writes on the election with a European view, and investigates why women’s and African American organizations are supporting Hillary Clinton rather than Sanders, given that they would […]

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