Sovereignty
Sovereignty or dependence: Six reasons to not pay the IMF

When the payment of debt seems to be the only way forward, voices within the ruling party argue why, at the very least, debt should be suspended and denounced in international organizations

US interference Portugal US ambassador’s interference in Portuguese affairs slammed by left-wing groups

The US ambassador in Lisbon, George Glass, said Portugal must choose between its allies and China. He added that a delegation of US treasury officials was working with regulatory officials to prevent the triumph of Chinese companies in Portuguese markets

Andrew Wilkie Parliamentary group formed in Australia to advocate for Assange’s return

The Bring Assange Home Parliamentary Group currently comprises 11 MPs from across party lines. Most of them have argued that the extradition of Assange would be an attack on Australia’s sovereignty

Activists gather in Bangkok to discuss countering RCEP

The deal is likely to deal a huge blow to the less developed countries in the Asia-Pacific region and benefit big corporations and the richer countries

Organizations oppose secretive negotiations around RCEP trade agreement

A report released on Friday says the public consultation around the deal has been extremely poor, while corporations have had undue influence on the discussions and the agenda

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