Crisis

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Last week at the Munich Security Conference, the Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev once again threatened

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This working paper looks at the recent trends in the Russian economy and argues against the official view of the Russian authorities that the worst

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The period since the election of Syriza to power in January 2015 has been marked by increased political uncertai

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Joris Luyendijk was invited by The Guardian in 2011 to write a blog about the City of London and learn about th

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If Greeks themselves do not trust their own government and their own banks with their money, it is difficult to expect the taxpayers of other count

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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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In an act of irresponsibility and opportunism, Alexis Tsipras put on the shoulders of the Greek people the burden of the decision about the country

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Ukraine is on the brink of financial collapse. It is not able to meet interest payments it is due to make this week.

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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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As I write, it remains unclear whether Greece will reach an acceptable deal with its creditors, who are mainly other European Governments.

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