Behind the calm assurances, Euro-politicians are losing faith in the European project – a few are even willing to say so.
Posts Tagged: Eurozone
The extent to which EU requirements and directives are now actively damaging our economy and frustrating our ability to put things right is noteworthy.
German leadership will have to choice to make: Whether to keep its promises and uphold the constitution or to do whatever it takes to save the Eurozone.
There are lessons in the recovery for both Left and Right.
The new anti-Euro party, the AfD, fell just short of the 5 per cent threshold required to secure Bundestag seats. Without eurosceptic pressure, Merkel might well simply leave Cameron flapping in the wind.
The outcome of the forthcoming German general election could be determined by the performance of a new eurosceptic political party… Read more »
So that's the economy sorted, then. Jobs, growth, investment, exports – all on the up! Of course, the usual caveats… Read more »
There's an old joke about Europe that goes something like this: In Heaven, the police are British, the cooks are… Read more »
Austerity or stimulus? With the IMF leaning towards the latter, the neo-Keynesian pro-stimulus crowd think they have the upper-hand. As… Read more »
The Cypriot banking crisis was big news back in March. As the island’s biggest banks teetered on the brink of… Read more »
Prepare to have your gast flabbered, because Wolfgang Munchau of the Financial Times has a flabbergasting fact for you: “A… Read more »
By Peter HoskinFollow Peter on Twitter Huzzah! Cyprus has been saved! Eurozone finance ministers announced last night that they had agreed… Read more »
The ongoing failure of the Eurozone to collapse as widely predicted, is, for some, a bit of a head-scratcher. As… Read more »
Some things are just so last year: Gangnam Style, hosepipe bans, Mitt Romney and, of course, the Eurozone crisis. You… Read more »
Democracy in America is one of the many excellent blogs on the Economist website. Its anonymous author is ‘M.S.’ who, in… Read more »