Saturday, 6 March , 2021

Euro

Aggressive in the fight against relegation

By Steffen Stierle junge welt, 19 February 2021 The EU's new trade policy strategy presented in Brussels on Thursday is characterized by fears of further loss...

Martin Höpner – More bite for the European Semester: The EU...

February 16, 202 The Commission proudly shows off its new armoury. To obtain financial support from the Recovery and Resilience Facility, Member States must implement...

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...

Annuler les dettes publiques détenues par la BCE pour reprendre en...

Le débat sur l’annulation des dettes détenues par la BCE connaît un fort retentissement en France, mais aussi en Italie, au Luxembourg, en Belgique,...

The Breakaway | By Perry Anderson

21 January 2021 It is​ now a year since Britain left the EU, and less than a month since the terms of its separation were...

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...

US credit outlook rated “negative” as concerns mount over dollar’s global...

By Nick Beams 3 August 2020 In another sign of concern over the stability of the US dollar, under conditions where the Fed is pumping...

Greeks defy Europe with overwhelming ‘no’ vote in referendum as country...

5 July 2015 Greeks have overwhelmingly rejected conditions of a rescue package from creditors, throwing the future of the country's eurozone membership into further doubt...

The Origins of European Neoliberalism

The real source of neoliberalism in Europe is neither technocracy nor hegemony but a problem specific to the continent: intergovernmentalism By Nicholas Mulder On December 18,...

Pourquoi la zone euro n’est pas, et pourrait n’être jamais viable

Par Fabien Escalona 19 mai 2020 Dès 1971, l’économiste postkeynésien Nicholas Kaldor prévenait qu’une union monétaire sans intégration fiscale et politique accentuerait les divergences entre ses...