Monday, 6 April , 2020

Eurozone

Free Movement of Labour and Brexit: Reclaiming National Sovereignty or a...

A ‘positive nationalism’, therefore, in contrast to insular reactionary nationalism, is both ‘popular’ and ‘democratic’. Its content is defined against, in the first instance, national ruling elites and involves ‘decisive struggles’ for democratic rights. Such struggles also have the inherent potential to interlink with other national struggles of a similar democratic and popular nature

The Halt In Global Trade Growth And The Rise Of Neo-Mercantilism

The process of globalization is in retreat. The latest victim of the global economic slowdown is international trade: after tumultuous growth in the last 26 years, disrupted only temporarily by the financial crisis of 2008-2009, the estimated volume of goods and services traded globally has been stalled for more than 18 months around $13 trillion. So

STIGLITZ: Italy could be the ‘cataclysmic event’ that leads to the...

By Will Martin Europe is heading towards a "cataclysmic event" that could lead to the collapse of the euro and the end of the European project...

Euroskepticism Beyond Brexit

Significant opposition in key European countries to an ever closer EU BY BRUCE STOKES On June 23, people in the United Kingdom will vote on a...

Going forward from B to A? Proposals for the Eurozone Crisis

After reviewing the main determinants of the current eurozone crisis, this paper discusses the feasibility of introducing fiscal currencies as a way to restore...

Eurozone’s So-Called Recovery Masks A Dark Secret: Mercantilism

By John Weeks Broad opposition in Europe to the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership has prompted its supporters to summon the “protectionist” spectre. In response...

Why Greece’s third ‘bailout’ solves nothing

Since 2010 when financial markets first realized Greece could never afford to pay its debt, the country has been subjected to a brutal regime...

Brexit versus Grexit: Hypocrisies in the European Project

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark There is an undercurrent that links both the conservatives and some on the left who have been keen to see states...

Why the eurozone losing Poland is a bigger deal than losing...

By Matthew Lynn Grexit. Spexit. Quitaly. Over five years of stumbling from one crisis to the next, the eurozone has developed its own bizarre lexicon of...