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Browsing the "Eurozone" Tag

Why vote for Conservative? #eu4u

May 21st, 2014 | by Catch21 Admin

The Conservative party are currently the leading British party in European Parliament with 26 current MEP’s. YouGov polls suggest the [&hellip


The Unwilling European

January 25th, 2013 | by Katharina Obermeier

The speech made this week by British Prime Minister David Cameron was eagerly awaited by many, cheered by some and [&hellip


In Praise of the Technocrat

January 10th, 2013 | by Katharina Obermeier

  Football fans may associate the term “Super Mario” with Mario Balotelli, but in European policy-making circles, that moniker is [&hellip


Migration in the Crisis

November 26th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  Human history is indelibly shaped by migration – large groups of people leaving one part of the world for [&hellip


Battle of the Budget

November 20th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

In war, we have winners, losers, stand-off’s, and usually lots of collateral damage. Sometimes we also get Pyrrhic victories, when [&hellip


Ireland: the “Special Case”

November 11th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  While most of the eurozone coverage in international media has focused on problem cases Spain and Greece recently, Ireland [&hellip


Is the EU the new IMF?

October 25th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  It’s been a dramatic few weeks for the eurozone. First, German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited crisis-torn Greece, where she [&hellip



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