The European Commission should grant Greece short-term fiscal leeway under the condition that Mitsotakis indeed delivers the promised reforms.
Mitsotakis can celebrate his win and the return of his family clan to political power. But the problems will arrive very fast in Greece.
Europe and the EU have undergone great changes in recent times. Here are five winners and five losers.
Germany’s leaders talk about taking on more responsibilities in world affairs. But the country’s government struggles with even basic forms of efficiency.
Denying the root causes for the increased frustration of the public with existing policies is not going to regain trust. “Populism” will continue to gain support.
The entire increase in the share of people running the risk of poverty since 2005 is due to the bigger share of immigrants in the German society.
Five Star leader Di Maio still has not learned that comments which may go down well during an election campaign can easily backfire for a senior politician in office.
The big prize being eyed by the anti-European and xenophobic parties are the elections to the European Parliament next May.
It may take a further rise in Italian bond yields to remind the populist government’s leaders in Rome that their room for maneuver to operate with more debt is very limited.