(June 5, 2002) This brief commentary on the IMF proposal for Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism (SDRM) builds on our earlier reaction to the various speeches Ms. Krueger has delivered on the subject and follows broadly their structure.
(June 1, 2002) The concepts of unpayable debt and an international insolvency procedure are now part of the discourse on international finance. The third side of the triangle needs to be defined and established so debtors can argue that some debt is illegitimate.
(June 1, 2002) What is to be done when country X has a president or authorities that are corrupt and not willing to initiate asset recovery process? ANEEJ uses questions and also proposals to respond to the situation.
(May 30, 2002) Export Development Canada (EDC) has released revised policies governing its environmental and disclosure practices following a 60-day comment period.
(May 23, 2002) Paper for UK Seminar on Export Credit Agency Reform – "Beyond Business Principles" House of Commons, UK: Recommendations for the Export Credit Guarantee Department (ECGD) on Debt and Export Credits.
(April 18, 2002) The members of the International Peoples’ Tribunal met in Washington, D.D., on April 18, 2002, to pronounce their Final Sentence in the case against the Debt substantiated in the public hearings held in Porto Alegre, in February, as part of the II World Social Forum.
(April 18, 2002) This is the Spanish version of the final sentence of the International Peoples’ Tribunal on Debt in the case against the Debt, substantiated in the public hearings held in Porto Alegre, in February.
(February 1, 2002) Memorandum for Lesotho Highlands Water Project, Corruption Case
(January 1, 2002) Resolving international debt crises – the Jubilee Framework for international insolvency
(January 1, 2002) There is a need for Arbitration on specific types of Loans or debt in particular the odious and illegitimate debts, which are categorised to include the following: Debts that cannot be serviced without causing harm to people and communities.
(October 1, 2001) This paper describes the development of the 1970 Indonesian debt accord. Besides the description the text focuses not only on the economic variables but also considers the relevant political circumstances as well.
(September 1, 2001) This article examines three variables – war, debt and oil – in an organic manner in an examination of cause and effect in Iraq during the period 1980 – 2020.
(September 1, 2001) Ann Pettifor, Liana Cisneros and Alejandro Olmos Gaona. New Economics Foundation
(June 30, 2001) In a paper submitted to the ATTAC seminar on white collar crime in France and Europe, the author argues that the Argentine debt crisis has its roots in fraudulent misuse of funds by both the government and its creditors.
(May 17, 2001) As part of a broad framework for debt reduction and sustainability, the report calls on the international community to cancel Nigeria’s odious debts and reform the global financial structures that allow such debts to proliferate.