Tag Archives: Spain

Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part III)

Getting Along Globally: A Practical Guide.

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Spain: Decreeing Structural Reform

How is the Spanish Prime Minister using an old political tactic to modernize Spain’s economy?

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Spain Urgently Needs Consolidation

Without significant reforms to the Spanish autonomy system, the nation’s fiscal house cannot be rebuilt.

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A History of Spanish Autonomy

How unresolved historic conflicts inside a nation undermine its future.

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The Rise of Cheap Solar Energy

How are existing utilities reacting to solar energy becoming cost-effective?

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Anti-Migrant Backlash Growing in Europe

A new Financial Times/Harris poll reveals rising anti-migration backlash in the big EU member states.

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Comparing Spain and France: 10 Points

Is Spain really doing that much worse than France?

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Why Spain’s Economy Deserves Support

Does Spain just need a little help from its friends?

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What If Italy Rolls Back Monti’s Reforms?

Italy has no choice but to build on Mario Monti’s achievements.

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America Could Do Worse than Be Like Europe

What is worse — going over the fiscal cliff or emulating Europe’s economic policymakers?

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