Macro-economic reform undermined the legal economy, reinforced illicit trade and contributed to the recycling of dirty money towards Peru's official and commercial creditors.
While Financier George Soros was investing money in Kosovo's reconstruction, the George Soros Foundation for an Open Society had opened a branch office in Pristina establishing the Kosovo Foundation for an Open Society (KFOS) as part of the Soros' network of non-profit foundations in the Balkans.
Humanity is undergoing, in the post-Cold War era, an economic and social crisis of unprecedented scale leading to the rapid impoverishment of large sectors of the world population.
The civil war in Rwanda and other ethnic massacres were an integral part of US foreign policy, carefully staged in accordance with precise strategic and economic objectives.
The collapse of the standard of living, engineered as result of macro-economic policy, is without precedent in Russian history: We had more to eat during the Second World War.
According to the World Bank, the concentration of wealth and the structures of corporate economic power have no bearing on woman's rights.
The experience of Somalia shows that famine in the late 20th century is not a consequence of a shortage of food. On the contrary, famines are spurred on as result of a global oversupply of grain staples.
Lost in the barrage of images and self-serving analysis are the economic and social causes of the conflict.
Relentlessly feeding on poverty and economic dislocation, a New World Order was taking shape.
The budget targets imposed by the Bretton Woods institutions, combined with the effects of the devaluation, trigger the collapse of public investment.
For the West, the enemy was not socialism but capitalism. How to tame and subdue the polar bear, how to take over the talent, the science, the technology, how to buy out the human capital, how to acquire the intellectual property rights?
Global poverty is an input on the supply side; the global economic system feeds on cheap labor.
Moreover, the entire international trading system is prone (from the lower echelons to top state officials) to corruption and bribery by foreign contractors.
A new global financial environment has unfolded in several stages since the collapse of the Bretton Woods system of fixed exchange rates in 1971.
Macro-economic policy had accelerated the expulsion of landless peasants from the countryside leading to the formation of a nomadic migrant labor force moving from one metropolitan area to another.