Tag Archives: euro crisis

Why Spain’s Economy Deserves Support

Does Spain just need a little help from its friends?

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German Diplomacy and French Intransigence

Have German politicians finally learned the art of diplomacy?

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What Next for Italy?

Will elections in February help change the country’s economic fortunes? Or will it take something far more radical?

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The EU’s Way of Managing Globalization Democratically

Does the EU have usefulness beyond providing peace and stability in Europe?

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America’s 1% Vs. the Globe’s 1.3 Billion

Do the world’s poorest 1.3 billion people earn more income than the richest 1% of Americans?

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Mario Monti: Reforming Italy

How does Italy’s prime minister plan to cope with the euro crisis and revive his country’s economy?

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The Globalist’s Top Ten Features of 2010

What were some of the most thought-provoking features published on The Globalist in 2010?

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Spain — A Country Built on Sand?

Is Spain’s economy really as frail as its detractors would have us believe?

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Introducing the APEs: Anglo-Protestant Economies

If running a big deficit for two years in times of great distress can be considered a mortal sin, what about the United States and the UK?

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PIGS Vs. APEs: Living on an Animal Farm

How would you feel if one day you woke up and discovered that you were a PIG?

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