The Wards are Filling Up

22nd May 2020 Tony Phillips 0

By Marcus Christoph It began with a rather bizarre situation. Carlota Salomon, 26 years a doctor at the “José María Penna” hospital, Parque Patricios, Buenos Aires, had put on her elaborate protective clothing and approached her first coronavirus patient to […]

XR Farm

8th April 2020 Tony Phillips 2

Extinction Rebellion Ireland begins XR Farm How can we eat better, farm better and pay farmers better? This article introduces the XR Farm project in Dublin, a pilot project for how XR activists can improve the soils, Ireland’s biodiversity and […]

Ground Zero, Buenos Aires

29th November 2018 Tony Phillips 0

On the last day of November, 2018 the centre of the city of Buenos Aires was put on lock-down by the police, the military, and the secret services of twenty nations to protect their top government representatives; men and women […]

Argentina and the ICSID

25th April 2016 Tony Phillips 0

Perspectives on the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and Argentina’s Debt April 25, 2016 The following article is written by Tony Phillips an Irish and Argentine economist specialising in the build up to and the consequences of […]