Jeremy Fox is a writer, journalist and consultant. He taught at the Centre for Teaching and Research in Economics (CIDE) in Mexico City and has been an advisor on international aid and investment to the Canadian International Development Agency and USAID, the Government of India and the Commonwealth Secretariat. In the Americas he has worked as a consultant or journalist in Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Guyana, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Peru, St Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago, the United States, and Uruguay.
Published in: HomeWhy shouldn’t Venezuela take back control too?
Economic crisis, western hostility and Venezuela's Presidential Election, as observed by a sympathetic election monitor.
Vladimir Putin, Henry II and the power of words…
Throughout history, power-intoxicated leaders haven’t needed to personally authorise assassinations – cold rhetoric...
Who’ll help the homeless this winter? The police? The NHS? The army?
A winter walk in the park brings a sorrowful and reflective encounter.
“I’m really just a slave” – how hotel chains exploit agency loopholes and dehumanise workers
Alenka, like so many others, hopes for a better life but is caught up in a catch-22, valued only for the absence of...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Catalonia and Spain: a view from the region's backcountry
“We lost against Aragón in the 15th century, against the Bourbons in the 18th century, and against Franco in the...
At Labour’s Conference I heard the voices of the poor, the oppressed, the ignored, and the patronised
Labour’s conference may not yet have delivered a fully perfected programme – but hearing working class voices...