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#237 — Debt

31 January 2023  / 16 h 15 min  18 h 30 min  CET

Eric Tou­s­saint, inter­na­tion­al spokesper­son for the CADTM (Com­mit­tee for the Abo­li­tion of Ille­git­i­mate Debt – for­mer­ly called Com­mit­tee for the can­cel­la­tion of Third World debt).

Dis­cus­sants: Juan Manuel Cam­pana (EPOG+, Major B), Nour Kouch­ta (EPOG+, Major A), Mar­la Schiefel­ing (EPOG2).

For online (live) atten­dance: https://live.epog.eu

For the replay: https://videos.epog.eu

Relat­ed document(s)

Eric Tou­s­saint (2022), “Chap­ter 5 — Debt”, in Kear­rin Sims, Nico­la Banks, Susan Engel, Paul Hodge, Jonathan Makuwira, Nao­hi­ro Naka­mu­ra, Jonathan Rigg, Albert Sala­man­ca, Picha­mon Yeo­phan­tong (eds), The Rout­ledge Hand­book of Glob­al Devel­op­ment, Rout­ledge, Lon­don.
Addi­tion­al documents
Eric Tou­s­saint (2022), “Two cen­turies of sov­er­eign debt con­flicts”, CADTM.Link
Eric Tou­s­saint (2022), “A Book that brings odi­ous debt back into the lime­light”, CADTM.Link
Eric Tou­s­saint (2022),“Why the Elites in the Glob­al South Favour Indebt­ed­ness, How Cred­i­tors Have Erod­ed Nation­al Sov­er­eign­ty, and How States are Begin­ning to Fight Back”, CADTM.Link
Eric Tou­s­saint (2022),“Another look at the debt of Tunisia and Egypt in the 19th cen­tu­ry and the col­o­niza­tion of those coun­tries by France and Britain”, CADTM.Link
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