Saturday, 16 October , 2021

debt

Europe and Italy’s Gamble: (Still) Flirting with Austerity

By Gustavo Piga October 5, 2021 Picture taken from Angela Maria Piga‘s collection The Fall release of the NADEF, as stressed by the Minister of Economy...

Wolfgang Streeck – Zero for the left, no support for Paris,...

The Left Party’s (Die Linke)s dismal results in the German elections eliminate any chance of a red-green-red (R2G) coalition government, much to the relief...

Juncker critique Merkel sur la gestion de la crise de la...

24 septembre 2021    Les dirigeants  politiques de l'UE ont coopéré pour détruire l'un de ses membres et la démocratie en Europe. Maintenant, ils s'accusent mutuellement...

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...

Apocalypse or cooperation?

By by Jayati Ghosh Aug.14, 2021 The Apocalypse is now. That is the glaring message of the perfect storm of COVID-19 and climate change that has...

“Our House Is on Fire”: Activists Urge G7 to Immediately Address...

June 11, 2021 As world leaders gather for the first in-person G7 summit in two years, talks are set to focus heavily on ending the...

Maria Negreponti Delivanis*:”Greece must convince the world that it has the...

By Maria Negreponti Delivanis TRIBUNE 25.04.2021 Economist The economist underlines to the “Monde” that the  explosion of the global debt because of the  pandemic,re-enforces the claim of...

Four reasons why Greece should not have paid the IMF

14 December 2016 On 7 December 2016 Greece remitted €299 million to the IMF. This sum corresponds to a part of the “bail-out” that was...

ECB’s Lagarde rejects calls to cancel COVID-19 debts for eurozone

Feb 07, 202 Canceling debts run up by eurozone members is "unthinkable," European Central Bank (ECB) chief Christine Lagarde said on Sunday, rejecting calls by...

Pandemic-hit European governments see ghost of debt crisis

Jan 18, 2021 European governments fear the COVID-19 pandemic will punish the most fragile economies the hardest, widening gaps between European Union member states and...