Crisis

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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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The West is being challenged in an unprecedented way: as crises and conflicts multiply in the eastern and southern neigh

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We live in turbulent times.

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Greek elections were not about the end of austerity and debt-write off.

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The response to Syriza’s election in Greece has been marked by much comment on the impending conflict between the new government and the EU, Europe

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Book review: European Spring: Why Our Economies and Politics are in a Mess and How to Put Them Right, by Philippe Legrain

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According to budgets they published this month, France and Italy are failing to meet the Euro area requirements for reducing Government debts and d

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The period since the outbreak of the financial, economic and social crises in Europe has witnessed a renewed focus on the need to develop a more su

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Italy is experiencing the first tepid signs of recovery after years of pain and crisis.

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As the eurozone starts to emerge from the deep financial crisis of the last three years we should maintain a sense of economic urgency.

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