Opinion, by Nathan E. Williams
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As Europe grapples with the worst financial crisis in a century and the Eurozone topples towards the brink of collapse, the ‘Occupy’ protests that have set up encampments in most major European and U.S. cities have been seen as a reaction to the institutions of power, both political and financial, that got us into this mess.
In the European and U.S. media, the protests have been analyzed exclusively from a European and U.S. perspective – these two continents being the joint center of the financial crisis. From the coverage . . .