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Germany's Eurozone Woes

Despite analyses that Germany has benefited the most from the crisis, the country will soon face a dramatic dilemma to stay or leave the currency because of a multitude of factors.
Ioannis Michaletos: July 6, 2012

Greek Elections: Greek electorate invited again to the crossroads of uncertainty

All political parties have based their election campaigns on empty promises. However, it is time to start the hard work of finding solutions to problems.
Ilias Sourdis: June 15, 2012

Greeks voting in anger cannot expect anything different from Syriza

If the leftwing coalition were to win Greece's election, it would still have to follow more or less the same policy as other parties
Paschos Mandravelis: June 15, 2012

A reply to the SOS

Greece is locked in unreason and the future is not so bright.
Thomas Colignatus: June 12, 2012

Eurozone: The End Is Nigh?

With the exception of Germany the whole of the Eurozone is declining in production terms, posing great peril for the survival of the euro.
Ioannis Michaletos: June 6, 2012

Greece is better off outside the EU

The priority now is to empty the Greek parliament of its present members and fill it with fresh faces and ideas for a new page in the Greek political history.
Ilias Sourdis: May 5, 2012

It's not Greece. It's Capitalism, stupid!

The ongoing crisis in Greece consists the epitomy of Capitalist policies's failure in Europe.
Mottas: March 3, 2012

Change Begins from Within

Correctly assessing reality, making tough choices, not repeating the mistakes of the past, getting rid of failed leadership, and working together is a must today. Is this too much to ask? What can we learn from the early days of the Greek Republic?
Athinaios: February 21, 2012

A cheap moratorium on stigma in eurozone debt

The EU is in a pressure cooker with interest rates that suffer from stigma, i.e. irrational fears of default that become rational and self-fulfilling because the higher rates of interest imply a reward.
Thomas Colignatus: January 30, 2012

Premiers Monti and Papademos as professors in economics

If Monti and Papademos have some flexibility of mind, then their training as economists will help them better understand the situation, and explain it to the other EU government leaders who have no such training in economics.
Thomas Colignatus: December 21, 2011