Monthly Archives: June 2013

The capable city

According to Dr Benjamin Barber – founder of the interdependence movement –  “nation states have never seemed as incapable of getting things done as they do now.” In a recent article in the RSA house magazine Barber argued that, historically, … Continue reading

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Black Monday anyone?

Jitters this week as fears that central banks may ease off on the helium blast of QE which has pumped the stock markets to post-crash highs. Gyrations on a Friday can presage big falls once sentiment shifts over a weekend. … Continue reading

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