August 27, 2014

France & Friends Letting Germany Conquer Europe

Milton Ezrati, The National Interest

The Associated Press

Without fundamental fiscal reform, the economies of the European periphery will be weak and increasingly subject to Teutonic domination.

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TAGGED: France, Germany, Europe, Eurozone

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