‘Broken’ Capitalist Food System Drives Soaring Global Hunger: Oxfam / by Brett Wilkins

A woman holds her malnourished son in a hospital N’djamena, Chad on May 13, 2022. (Photo: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images) Criticism from the charity’s food policy director came in response to a new United Nations report revealing that around 1 in 10 people worldwide went hungry last year. Around 1 in 10┬ápeople went hungryContinue reading “‘Broken’ Capitalist Food System Drives Soaring Global Hunger: Oxfam / by Brett Wilkins”

Double Standards and Inhumanity of Capitalism / by Prabhat Patnaik

Amidst a pandemic, when humanity and sagacity demand that we should be concerned with all human life, a metropolis-centred social system considers some lives to be of value, not others. For over two years now, the world has been facing a pandemic the like of which has not been seen for a century, and whichContinue reading “Double Standards and Inhumanity of Capitalism / by Prabhat Patnaik”