October 21, 2012

Why Serbia Still Can't Condemn Racism

Slobodan Georgiev, The Guardian

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The scenes at the match against England last week shocked the rest of the football world. But the reaction in Serbia lays bare the contradictions at the nation's very heart.

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The battle to save the euro turns on one question: Can large governments, notably Italy and Spain, get their debts under control? more ››
October 18, 2012
EU Elites Destroy Europe to Save It
David McWilliams, Irish Independent
This is an elite that is out of touch with the people. This is probably not surprising because, despite everything that has happened, the people who are running the European project are dancing to bankers' and financiers' tunes... more ››
October 18, 2012
Why Europe Is Floundering
John Gray, The Guardian
The greatest danger facing Europe today is the inflexible determination of European elites to save the euro. While it is still possible that Greece will exit with unpredictable consequences, fears that the currency could collapse... more ››
October 17, 2012
Corruption Goes Unchecked in Greece
Julia Amalia Heyer, Der Spiegel
While Athens waits for more aid from the European Union, the country continues to be administered in the same old careless manner. Corrupt politicians and the rich continue to help themselves to Greece's funds, and little is... more ››
October 17, 2012
'Breakaway' States Pose Challenges for Europe
John Bruton, Irish Times
However difficult this may be to accept in Scotland, Flanders or Catalonia, it might be wiser to agree to sort out the economic crisis first and then deal with issues of separation, and/or of rearranging national boundaries,... more ››