Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Links —10 Sep 2019

Global Inequality
Greatest happiness for the greatest number. Or not?
Branko Milanovic | Visiting Presidential Professor at City University of New York Graduate Center and senior scholar at the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS), and formerly lead economist in the World Bank's research department and senior associate at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Luongo: Trump Thumping Bolton Is A Good Start
Tom Luongo

Reminiscence of the Future
He Was Never Qualified To Start With.
Andrei Martyanov

Caitlin Johnstone — Rogue Journalist
Democrats Somehow Frame Bolton’s Exit As A Bad Thing
Caitlin Johnstone

Sputnik International
Revealed as Fraud, CIA’s ‘Kremlin Spy’ Fed Agency Key Intel Behind Russiagate

Color revolutionaries of the world, unite! Hong Kong protest leader pictured with White Helmets boss

Sputnik International
German Finance Minister Signals Readiness to Pump ‘Billions of Euros’ Into Economy in Face of Crisis

Sputnik International
US Political Spectrum and Media React to John Bolton's Shock Dismissal

Tearful Ma bids Alibaba farewell with rock star show
Josh Horwitz

Fast Company
Alibaba chairman Jack Ma, who is China’s richest man, retires at age 55

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