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Paul Krugman, in the New York Times, urges the Greeks to vote “No” in the referendum next Sunday.

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The debate surrounding a potential BREXIT has largely focused on the costs and disadvantages for Britain of maki

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The gurus of the economic left are at it again: in ‘a plea for economic sanity and humanity’, a group of progressive economists led by Joseph Stigl

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The creation of jobs across Europe remains a key economic and social challenge for the EU.

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On 26 April 2015, former prime minister of Slovakia Mikuláš Dzurinda will be taking part in the Kyiv Half Marathon.

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If Greece defaults on its debts, and leaves the euro, the effects will be very hard to calculate.

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The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) aims to remove trade barriers between the wor

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For the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, 2014 was a year of significant changes that reflect the organisation’s maturity and its estab

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Acemoglu and Robinson have produced a book that has attracted a lot of interest and discussion amongst the ranks of political scientists, instituti

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After a nail-biting month, Europe and Greece have finally reached an agreement that has supposedly satisfied both parties.

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