Transfer (mis)pricing: the jewel in every multinational enterprise’s crown.
100 Years Later, Britain Still Won’t Apologize for One of Its Worst Colonial Massacres—What Will It Take for Reparations to Be Considered?
Events like these keep people in fear. And it is easy to take things from people who are scared for their life.
The IMF’s appeals for women’s economic stability in the recipient countries of their loans are a slap in the face to the women who are living proof of the IMF’s indifference to the human suffering they cause.
The name and image of Marielle Franco—an intersectional representation of the many wars being fought—serves as more than just a reminder.
Will the legacy of putting neoliberal academic theories over the people win again?