Tag Archives: debt crisis

The West’s Day of Fiscal Reckoning, Part III

Politicians might conclude that debt restructuring is inevitable.

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The West’s Day of Fiscal Reckoning, Part II

In theory, there are four options to address the West’s debt overhang.

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Sovereign Debt Difficulties: Had Enough Yet?

Can the fragmentary and chaotic process of resolving sovereign debt crises be made fairer and more effective?

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The French Road to Perdition

How will the outcome of the French presidential election influence the fate of Europe’s monetary union?

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Ringfencing Greece

Is Europe’s primary goal to fix Greece — or to keep Greece from contaminating the rest of Europe?

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The Historical Roots of Greece’s Debt Crisis

Can the roots of today’s debt crisis in Greece be traced as far back as the 1830s?

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Euro Crisis: Economic Turmoil, Political Backlash

How is the global economic crisis generating a political backlash — even in the prosperous core of the eurozone?

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Could Greece Go Over the Cliff?

Is a Greek financial default unavoidable — or are there signs that the country will recover?

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Why Europe Went to the Brink

Why did the European financial system fail during the economic crisis?

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Europe's Debt Crisis: Long-Term Economic Decline?

Is the turmoil over the euro accelerating the long-term erosion of Europe's economic power?

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