Many people see reasons for optimism in Europe this year, citing signs of an economic “recovery,” or noting improvement by some financial measures of EU “integration,” or hoping that the EU parliamentary elections this month will bring a new and constructive cycle of pro-EU policy that will overcome the evident obstacles to the process of further political EU integration.Read More
This article was published on May 2, 2013 in Fair Observer. With the great amount of debate, chatter, and serious analysis about the EU’s financial rescue of Cyprus from insolvency and potential departure from the euro zone, many wonder if the EU policy emerging from the Cypriot “bail out” will have a lasting impact on the…Read More
As weary as we may be of hearing about it, the potential dis-integration of the euro zone continues to be the global economy’s biggest risk. As the crisis intensifies, German leadership is becoming incrementally more flexible on EU policy, increasing the likelihood of the euro zone surviving in some form or another.
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