The Story of How Neoliberal Economics Fuels Debt Crisis, Explained by Political Economists Radhika Desai and Michael Hudson in a Fascinating Discussion

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The US economy has seen a massive expansion in debt over the past several decades, leading to growing concerns about financial stability. Political economists Radhika Desai and Michael Hudson recently discussed the implications of this phenomenon, shedding light on its causes and potential repercussions. During a recent Geopolitical Economy Hour segment, the experts delved into the impact of neoliberal economics on the surge of debt in the US and around the world. …

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Film Based on 1972 Uruguayan Andes Flight Disaster Explained: Society of the Snow Sparks Discussion

Netflix’s “Society of the Snow,” a Spanish-language survival-thriller film directed by J.A. Bayona, has captivated viewers with its compelling portrayal of the 1972 Uruguayan Andes flight disaster. Based on the book by Pablo Vierci, the film offers an accurate and unsensationalized depiction of the tragic events and the subsequent survival of the 16 passengers. The movie’s focus on the emotional truth and resilience of the survivors sets it apart from typical disaster films. The real-life …

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