Monday, 26 September , 2022

ECB

Greece: Τhe fourth memorandum is inevitable unless…

By Maria Negreponti-Delivanis* The Greek economy was at a dead end even before the pandemic, which is confirmed by its statistical picture. The pandemic, as...

Sergio Cesaratto – Stability Pact: ‘EU and Germany must compensate us,...

Without a serious change in governance, there is a risk that the new rules of the Stability Pact will lead to a repetition of...

Bottom up reform in the EMU requires the abandonment of the...

January 6, 2022 Regular readers will know that I have written a lot about the topic of European integration. My 2015 book – Eurozone Dystopia:...

Sergio Cesaratto – Those Italian subsidies for Germany

Italy has paid for certain ill-advised policies of the ECB – influenced by Berlin, the dominant power in Europe – with dozens of points...

Portugal’s Election Is About Whether Austerity Is Really Over

An interview with Jorge Costa Nov.17, 2021 Portuguese premier António Costa has called a snap general election in a bid to end his dependency on left-wing...

Faut-il annuler les dettes détenues par la Banque centrale européenne ?

Jeudi 23 septembre, 18h30-20h30 - Faut-il annuler les dettes détenues par la Banque centrale européenne. Avec Renaud Lambert (Monde Diplomatique), Benjamin Lemoine (chercheur au...

Cancel the public debt held by the ECB and “take back...

The debate about the write-off of debts held by the ECB has recently gained momentum in France, but also in Italy, Luxembourg, Belgium and...

The Elephant in the Room

Left Parties and the European Union by Asbjørn Wahl Dec 01, 2020 European left parties have, over the last couple of decades, become increasingly critical of political...

Carlo Clericetti – Solidarity Only in Exchange for Subordination

November 13, 2020 It is becoming increasingly clear that what were condescendingly termed the PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Spain) have learnt from the 2010...

Top Conte aide urges ECB to cancel pandemic debt

Bloomberg Nov. 26, 2020 The European Central Bank should consider wiping out or holding forever the government debt it buys during the current crisis to help...