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Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter. Welcome to 2017

Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter. Welcome to 2017

In the midst of Brexit, 2017 is the year in which the fate of the European Union will be decided.

Greeks and Psychiatry in Crisis

Greeks and Psychiatry in Crisis

The post-2008 financial crisis goes beyond the economic problems that Greece now faces. It has also created a generalized crisis in the field of psychiatry.

What Lies Ahead: Accelerating Growth or Secular Stagnation?

What Lies Ahead: Accelerating Growth or Secular Stagnation?

Although recent statistics point to the end of the recession in the Eurozone and the UK, and to economic growth in the US, there are some good reasons to critically examine these ‘recoveries’.

Letta’s Government: Between the Italian Rock and the European Hard Place

Letta’s Government: Between the Italian Rock and the European Hard Place

There is widespread domestic consensus that Enrico Letta’s government is the only road that Italy can travel for now. How long it will survive Italian and European politics is another matter.

Review – From Stagnation to Forced Adjustment

Review – From Stagnation to Forced Adjustment

The economic crisis in Greece and the financial bailouts it received sent shockwaves through the Eurozone and global markets. Could reforms have avoided the collapse? Why were they not successful?

Can Europe Survive the Euro?

Can Europe Survive the Euro?

How can one change the policies of the European Union without politicization? What the EU needs is ‘policy with politics’ where the Eurozone crisis should be solved through growth, not endless austerity and decline.

‘Democracy is in Peril’: Agonistic Pluralism after the Greek Election

‘Democracy is in Peril’: Agonistic Pluralism after the Greek Election

What should be taken from the Greek election is that the political institutions of the country offered, and the electorate seriously considered, an alternative.

The End of Maastricht and the last Euro: Will the EU Survive the Euro Crisis?

The End of Maastricht and the last Euro: Will the EU Survive the Euro Crisis?

The original motivation for what has become the EU was for a lasting peace in Europe, in which no country would dominate the continent. Yet, the euro and large country nationalism have changed the EU into the vehicle to achieve that domination.

Cameron’s diplomatic defeatism delivers a hammer blow to the UK’s influence

Cameron’s diplomatic defeatism delivers a hammer blow to the UK’s influence

David Cameron needs to put British national interest before his party’s interest. Angela Merkel has now left the door open for the British government to rebuild alliances and regain its position in Europe. It is in the British national interest that the government embraces that opportunity.

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