Tag Archives: European Commission

Preventing Juncker: Cameron’s Self-Defeatist Move

Why is Britain’s prime minister opposing the European Commission head who is most favorable to the UK’s positions and interests?

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Europe: Juncker or Not? It Doesn’t Matter

Who will get the jobs that really matter in Brussels?

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Europe’s Next Leadership: Unknown, Unelected, Unloved

Europe’s system of horse-trading to choose leaders has produced non-leadership.

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France: Sovereignty as a Blocking Statute

Is French leadership strong only when opposing action? Have German leaders finally learned to be diplomatic?

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The EU: Regulation King by Default

Is the United States’ anti-regulation stance undermining its global power position?

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The Case for Eurobonds

Could eurobonds fill the gap left by the loss of confidence in government bonds generally?

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Who Really Gains from the Euro?

How has the euro crisis turned the potential benefits of the euro for the South into a substantial loss for everybody?

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Toward a Return to the Post-World War II Financial World

Does the U.S. and British post-World War II financial model provide a way out of Greece’s fiscal crisis?

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Is the United States Following Italy’s Lead on Debt?

Why is the United States increasingly resembling the fiscal basket case of Europe?

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Ireland Says "Thank You" to Europe (Part II)

In what ways has Ireland’s EU membership proved crucial to the achievement of peace on the island?

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