Tag Archives: Maastricht Treaty

Italy: When Trumpism Hits Euroland

The EU no longer lives in the orderly world of the Maastricht treaties, but in the world of a “populist monetary union.”

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How to Shape the EU in the Post-Brexit Era

The EU is not a mono-directional train headed toward “ever closer union.” An “ever better union” with a clear focus on the principle of subsidiarity might be more like it.

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Netherlands: Another Spain in the Making?

It is not only countries in Europe’s southern periphery that mismanage their national economies.

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A Eurozone Crisis or a Global Crisis?

Is the euro crisis just a European crisis — or is it a global crisis in search of a global governance solution?

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Will Europe Rise to the Occasion?

How successfully is Europe coping with its unprecedented fiscal challenges?

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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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Eurobonds: The Solution to the Euro Crisis?

Would eurobonds create more problems than they would solve?

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Ireland: Two Decades of Progress

How has Ireland overcome its history to become one of the most affluent countries in the region?

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