December 22, 2012

Unbelievable, But Europe Isn't Dead

Anthony Hilton, London Evening Standard

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Believe it or not, there's life left in the Eurozone.

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December 18, 2012
Inevitable Return of Europe's Crisis
Nouriel Roubini, Project Syndicate
The risks facing the eurozone have been reduced since the summer, when a Greek exit looked imminent and borrowing costs for Spain and Italy reached new and unsustainable heights. But, while financial strains have since eased,... more ››
December 16, 2012
False Hope Springs Eternal in Eurozone
Jeremy Warner, Daily Telegraph
It’s remarkable that the single currency has survived – but the worst is far from over. more ››
December 15, 2012
The Man Who Could Save Italy
The Economist
FOR a moment, it was like the bad old days in Italy. After the main centre-right party, the People of Freedom (PdL), withdrew its support for the technocratic prime minister, Mario Monti, he dramatically announced his forthcoming... more ››
December 14, 2012
Monti Could Throw Europe into Chaos
Y. Palaiologos, American Prospect
Mario Monti’s announcement last Saturday that he plans to resign his post as Italy’s prime minister earlier than was previously expected has thrown Italian politics, and the whole Eurozone, into renewed turmoil. Monti, a... more ››
December 19, 2012
France Living on Borrowed Time?
James Shields, Global Public Square
While it could hardly be more eventful than 2012, with the toppling of a president and an emphatic swing of legislative power from right to left, 2013 could prove to be more decisive for France. As the electoral promises of the... more ››