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Naomi Klein & Joseph Stiglitz. Bio Hernando de Soto Hernando de Soto is President of the Institute for Liberty and Democracy, headquartered in Lima, Peru and considered by The Economist to be one of the two most important think tanks in the world.

Naomi Klein & Joseph Stiglitz

Time and Forbes have chosen him as one of the leading innovators in the world, and more than 20,000 readers of Prospect and Foreign Policy ranked him as one of the world's top 13 public intellectuals. He has served as President of the Executive Committee of the Copper Exporting Countries Organization, as CEO of Universal Engineering Corporation (one of Europe's largest consulting engineering firms), as a principal of the Swiss Bank Corporation Consultant Group, and as a governor of Peru's Central Reserve Bank. He is the author of several books and papers on economic policy, including the seminal work The Mystery of Capital. David Harvey David Harvey is the Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). Naomi Klein: Addicted to risk. America's Teacher. The Shock Doctrine author interviews Michael Moore on the roots of the economic crisis and the promise and peril of this political moment.

America's Teacher

About the Author Naomi Klein Naomi Klein is an award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist, fellow at The Nation Institute and author of the... Also by the Author Some of big green's most powerful players still invest in energy companies. Some mainstream environmental organizations are trying to wean themselves from fossil fuel investments—but some aren’t. On September 17, in the midst of the publicity blitz for his cinematic takedown of the capitalist order, Moore talked with Nation columnist Naomi Klein by phone about the film, the roots of our economic crisis and the promise and peril of the present political moment. Corporate Greed In the Crosshairs: Naomi Klein, 'No Logo' NAOMI KLEIN’S 1999 book “No Logo” brought attention to a groundswell of activism that culminated at the protest against the World Trade Organization in Seattle that year.

Corporate Greed In the Crosshairs: Naomi Klein, 'No Logo'

Naomi Klein nous parle de rareté et d’abondance. Je viens de tomber sur ce bout du discours de Naomi Klein qu’elle a fait à Wall street dans le mouvement Occupy Wall street Nous savons tous, ou du moins nous sentons que le monde est à l’envers : nous agissons comme s’il n’y avait pas de limites à ce qui, en réalité, n’est pas renouvelable – les combustibles fossiles et l’espace atmosphérique pour absorber leurs émissions.

Naomi Klein nous parle de rareté et d’abondance

Et nous agissons comme s’il y avait des limites strictes et inflexibles à ce qui, en réalité, est abondant – les ressources financières pour construire la société dont nous avons besoin. Democracy Now! Naomi Klein : « Le mouvement Occupons Wall Street est actuellement la chose la plus importante au monde » - Mobilisations. J’ai été honorée d’être invitée à parler [le 29 septembre] devant les manifestants d’Occupons Wall Street.

Naomi Klein : « Le mouvement Occupons Wall Street est actuellement la chose la plus importante au monde » - Mobilisations

La sonorisation ayant été (honteusement) interdite, tout ce que je disais devait être répété par des centaines de personnes, pour que tous entendent (un système de « microphone humain »). Ce que j’ai dit sur la place de la Liberté a donc été très court. Voici la version longue de ce discours [publiée initialement en anglais dans Occupy Wall Street Journal].

Je vous aime. Et je ne dis pas cela pour que des centaines d’entre vous me répondent en criant « je vous aime ». Hier, un des orateurs du rassemblement syndical a déclaré : « Nous nous sommes trouvés. » Ce sentiment saisit bien la beauté de ce qui se crée ici. NAOMI KLEIN ET LA CRISE FINANCIÈRE - L’INTÉGRAL. Nous avons pu rencontrer Naomi Klein, cette journaliste et écrivaine canadienne, auteure du livre “No Logo”, et plus récemment de “ la stratégie du choc ” (2007, Actes Sud). Obama's Big Silence: The Race Question. Published in The Guardian Americans began the summer still celebrating the dawn of a "post-racial" era.

Obama's Big Silence: The Race Question

They are ending it under no such illusion. The summer of 2009 was all about race, beginning with Republican claims that Sonia Sotomayor, Barack Obama's nominee to the US Supreme Court, was "racist" against whites. Then, just as that scandal was dying down, up popped "the Gates controversy", the furore over the president's response to the arrest of African American academic Henry Louis Gates Jr in his own home. Obama's remark that the police had acted "stupidly" was evidence, according to massively popular Fox News host Glenn Beck, that the president "has a deep-seated hatred for white people".

Obama's supposed racism gave a jolt of energy to the fringe movement that claims he has been carrying out a lifelong conspiracy to cover up his (fictional) African birth. There is at least one significant difference, however. They were mistaken. That was 9 September 2001. Naomi Klein: Disaster Capitalism. No Logo. No Logo - La tyrannie des marques. Naomi Klein. Naomi Klein: Real Change Depends on Stopping the Bailout Profite. To understand the meaning of the U.S. election results, it is worth looking back to the moment when everything changed for the Obama campaign.

Naomi Klein: Real Change Depends on Stopping the Bailout Profite

It was, without question, the moment when the economic crisis hit Wall Street. Up to that point, things weren't looking all that good for Barack Obama. The Democratic National Convention barely delivered a bump, while the appointment of Sarah Palin seemed to have shifted the momentum decisively over to John McCain. Then, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac failed, followed by insurance giant AIG, then Lehman Brothers. It was in this moment of economic vertigo that Obama found a new language. "Suivre la naissance d'un nouveau modèle économique"

L'auteur de No Logo refait parler d'elle avec, cette fois, un documentaire : The Take.

"Suivre la naissance d'un nouveau modèle économique"

Le film, tourné en Argentine, se penche sur le phenomène des entreprises autogérées par les salariés . Auteur en 1999 du best-seller international No logo : la tyrannie des marques, Naomi Klein revient sur le devant de la scène avec, cette fois-ci, un film : "The Take". Au travers de ce documentaire, qui sortira en salles le 27 avril prochain, la journaliste canadienne se penche sur une conséquence méconnue de la crise économique et financière dont a été victime l'Argentine en 2001. N.Klein: la COP-15 au détecteur de mensonges. Naomi Klein. Dear Joe, Congratulations on your hasty and unnecessary hatchet job on a book I haven't even finished yet, based on an edited interview about one-tenth of its content.

Naomi Klein

A book of which you haven't read a single word. Disagree with the interview I gave, fine. But to assume you know what evidence is in the book and can therefore dismiss it outright is a new twist on old-school arrogance. Impressive. Nice work as well on telling people not to see a film that is also far from finished, based on material that is not even planned to be in the documentary at all. Let's hope your next work is not subjected to such extreme prejudice. Joe, we clearly have some disagreements -- as well as huge common ground. Naomi Klein - Wiki. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Naomi Klein - Wiki

Pour les articles homonymes, voir Klein. Bio by The Nation. Naomi Klein. Naomi Klein. Shock Doctrine. Naomi Klein La Stratégie Du Choc 1/5. Shock Doctrine and the new new left. The marquee outside the Bloor Cinema, in Toronto, advertised “The Last Mistress” at four, “Naomi Klein—the Shock Doctrine” at seven, and “Little Shop of Horrors” at nine-thirty. It was a warmish night. The falafel shop next door was doing a brisk business. A line of people holding tickets to the Naomi Klein event stretched to the end of the block and around the corner. Outside the entrance to the cinema, a middle-aged man and an elderly woman paced up and down selling copies of Socialist Action for a dollar. (The September issue included articles about capitalism’s contradictions, class war in Bolivia, and a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal—a regular feature.)

“We apologize for starting late, but it’s typical activist time, so I’m sure you’re used to it,” a young woman organizer said from the stage. Klein ascended the stage. She had spent the day curled up on the blue sofa in her living room, watching CNN while she waited restlessly to hear what would happen in Washington. “No. La stratégie du choc  Dans un essai percutant, Naomi Klein raconte la mise en place d’un « capitalisme du désastre » dès lors qu’un état est fragilisé par un choc majeur tel qu’une catastrophe naturelle, un attentat ou un coup d’état. J’avais le pavé à portée de la main depuis plusieurs mois, prêté par un ami qui n’arrêtait pas de me demander si je l’avais lu. Aujourd’hui, c’est fait et j’ai pris une bonne grosse claque, comme lorsque j’avais lu Les guerres scélérates, il y a quelques années.