The Panama Papers have made it into the news again and again in recent months.
They have been used as a tool to investigate the global elite and the power of money and media in the political and economic system.
And now, in the latest example of how we use the documents to make sense of the past, the world is once again being asked to look at the Panama papers.
What is the significance of this new story?
The Panama papers are a massive leak of files from Mossack Fonseca, a Panama law firm that is a part of the world’s largest offshore financial centre, the Panamanian justice department.
Its data are published in hundreds of thousands of documents, which are published by the US-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
It has been widely used to analyse the secretive world of offshore law firms.
But there are many other stories being told.
These include: The Panama scandal, the globalisation of politics, and the growing power of big corporations.
The Panama leaks were made by a whistleblower at a Panamanians law firm, the firm was hacked, and they have now become public knowledge.
They include the names of around 400,000 people.
They show that many of the top politicians, billionaires, businesspeople and powerful celebrities were in the Panama law firms’ crosshairs, according to the leaks.
These leaked documents show that the elite are hiding money, and this is the main point that we’re seeing in this case.
What does it mean for our politics?
We are now witnessing a major scandal in our political system, which is the biggest scandal in the world.
This scandal has caused huge damage to the country and the people of Panama.
The government of Panama has already been threatened with arrest.
And the international community has made clear that they will not tolerate any more illegal activities and criminal behaviour by the country.
The US, European Union and the United Nations have called on the Panama government to step down.
The International Criminal Court has launched a criminal investigation.
But the government of the Panama is resisting.
What can we learn from this?
The leaked documents tell us that the world has changed dramatically in the last 50 years.
The world is no longer a small country, it is a big country, with more than 150 million people.
It’s a global economy, and it has changed radically in the past 50 years as a result of globalization.
The biggest economic players in the United States, Britain and Canada are all multinationals.
In the past few decades, the US has become a middle class society with huge incomes, more social mobility, and a lot more freedom.
The number of millionaires in the US is now more than 400 million, according the US Census Bureau.
This is a major development.
This huge gap between the rich and the poor is not a new thing.
It was a major problem during the industrial revolution in England, for example, which saw a huge increase in the wealth of the British middle class, which also benefited from the new opportunities offered by the industrialisation of the UK.
So we see this as a development of the modern world, and what we see in the leaked documents is that the middle class is no more.
It is a new middle class and we should be very concerned about the growing middle class in this country, as well as the other middle classes that are becoming more and more isolated, according with the leaked data.
The leaked data show that these changes have been happening at the same time as the rise of inequality and poverty in the developed world.
The rich have always had more power than the poor in this world.
They were able to have access to the largest financial resources, and also the ability to control the political process and to influence the policies of the politicians in their own country.
It seems that the rich have now managed to achieve their goal of increasing their control over the world, but the poor have remained trapped.
Inequality has reached unprecedented levels.
In 2012, there were 11.5 million people living in extreme poverty.
By 2030, the figure is predicted to be 23.3 million.
The gap between rich and poor is increasing, as a consequence of globalization and the global economic crisis.
The data show the impact of these changes, and these changes are happening not only in the USA, but in many countries around the world and in Europe.
The next step for the world should be a more radical and transparent transition from the current system of globalisation to one based on mutual aid and democracy.
The new system should be based on respect for human rights and the rule of law.
The people of the developed countries should have the opportunity to run their own affairs in their countries and to elect their representatives.
They should be given the right to choose the candidates for the positions of their choice.
We should make the rules of governance transparent, including the number of people who can vote, and how much power each candidate has.
The international community should be more open to the ideas of a new international order based on