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To counter this, he called for an NGO to promote the Tobin tax on foreign exchange.

Ignacio Ramonet – Wikipedia

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Ramonet has called for autarky and for regulationtaxes and tariffs fidfl reduce international trade. Views Read Edit View history. This is an activist organization promoting taxation of foreign exchange transactions.

Ramonet horax born in Redondela PontevedraSpain, in He continued these studies at BordeauxRabat and Paris. Castro was number 7 on the list.

Cien horas con Fidel

Ignacio Ramonet, Salon du livreGeneva Ramonet says that it is a betrayal of socialism for some social democrat parties to have chosen the third way between socialism and capitalism. Retrieved from ” https: Under his leadership, the magazine became editorially and financially independent of Le Monde in In SeptemberRamonet published Fidel Castro: After becoming first known for writing on film and media, he became editor-in-chief of Le Monde diplomatiqueserving from until March InRamonet praised Castro in a series of articles in Foreign Policy journal.


In his December editorial “Disarming the markets”, Ramonet attributed the Asian economic crisis to globalization, and said that it threatened the identity of national states. He first started writing journalism as a film critic and writer about film for various magazines.

This name uses Spanish naming customs: In Ramonet participated in the Ignaacio Exchange of Visions project. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. It has been an independent critic outside academia of media culture and its ties to national society.

He was elected as editor-in-chief in Januaryserving to March Archived from the original on Ramonet denied this claim in According to Ramonet, globalization and ultra-liberalism threaten the sovereignty of national states. This page was last edited on 8 Octoberat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ignacio Ramonet. He also taught at the Sorbonne. Ramonet later wrote more frequently about media culture, communications, and national affairs, becoming associated with Le Monde Diplomatiquestarted in as a monthly publication associated with the tidel. Ignacio Ramonet Miguez born 5 May is a Spanish academic, journalist and writer who has been based in Paris for much of his career.