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Yanis Varoufakis: Do not reset the Brexit clock

In this article Yanis Varoufakis analyses the issues that have presented themselves to the UK in Brexit negotiations. He argues that a deal that merely resets the clock will not be beneficial.

Fully filling the Global Fund

In this article, Jeffrey Sachs outlines the need for the Global Fund - how it has and should continue to help decrease the rates of AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria that currently kill around 2.5 million people per year. 

Sachs argues that "In a world divided by conflict and greed, the Global Fund's fight against the three epidemic diseases is a matter of enlightened self-interest. It is also a reminder of how much humanity can accomplish when we cooperate to save lives."

Bill McKibben: The Fossil Fuel Industry Has Money, But We Have Movements

After hosting a panel at the Sanders Institute Gathering on the Climate Crisis and a Green New Deal, Sanders Institute Fellow, Bill McKibben, sat down with the Real News Network to expand on the vision of a Green New Deal and the consequences if America and the world does not find a path forward to fight the climate crisis.

Robert Reich: American Democracy Seems Rigged Because It Is

In the 2018 midterms, Americans demanded an end to the corruption. And there are signs lawmakers are finally getting message. House Democrats’ first piece of legislation aims to end the big-money takeover.

This article, by Robert Reich argues why getting money out of politics is the most important thing we can do to save our democracy. 

Now That Everybody Is for Medicare for All, Opponents Say Let’s Dilute It

Only a mass social movement can overcome the huge resource and political advantages of the medical-industrial complex. It requires elected officials having to choose between voters and donors – and creating an overwhelming demand that forces them to accede to fundamental reform. To be clear, that means guaranteed healthcare for all with no barriers to care.

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