By Marianne Arens, December 22, 2012
The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party) recently held a series of meetings in Germany under the slogan “Defend Greek workers.”
By Christoph Dreier, December 21, 2012
Workers are vehemently opposed to the implementation of the most recent cuts package, in particular the massive layoffs planned for the public sector.
By Paul Mitchell, December 11, 2012
The International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia Appeals Court overturned the convictions of Croatian general Ante Gotovina and Assistant Interior Minister Mladen Markac.
By Peter Schwarz, December 11, 2012
Monti resigned for tactical reasons. He is attempting to secure a long-term and stable parliamentary majority for his increasingly unpopular austerity measures.
By Nick Beams, December 11, 2012
The initial measures are widely regarded as the prelude to a full-scale bailout of the Spanish state and the establishment of a financial dictatorship of the kind now in place in Greece.
By Markus Salzmann, December 10, 2012
On December 3, tens of thousands took to the streets in Slovenia to demonstrate against the austerity measures of Prime Minister Janez Janša’s right-wing government.
By Ernst Wolf, December 8, 2012
Five austerity packages within the space of two and a half years have reduced the health system in Greece to the level of a developing country.
By Alex Lantier, December 7, 2012
On Monday night euro zone finance ministers approved a bailout requested for Spain’s banking sector.
By Vicky Short, Alejandro López, December 6, 2012
Mariano Rajoy’s Popular Party government is preparing to impose €90 billion in budget cuts over the next two years.
By Marianne Arens, December 5, 2012
Employees of the Ilva steel group carried out demonstrations throughout Italy last week to protest against the closure of the company’s main plant in Taranto.
By Paul Mitchell, December 3, 2012
Portugal’s National Assembly last week approved the country’s harshest-ever budget.
By Francisca Vier, December 1, 2012
Three suicides related to evictions within a month have highlighted the brutality of the government and banks in Spain.