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Merkel, Draghi and Tsipras

Simon Bulmer

These are the three key European leaders of the moment, but a Eurozone ménage à trois remains highly unlikely… Over the course of the Eurozone crisis the German government has been the most important influence on policy, raising the question of its potential hegemonic role.  Its prescriptions have followed an ordoliberal script.  Over the past couple of weeks Berlin’s policy … Continue reading

5 February 2015 by
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Greece’s crisis without end?

Nick Williams and Tim Vorley

The new Syriza government needs to focus as much on the regeneration of the competitiveness of the Greek economy as it does on immediate debt relief In one of the most closely watched European elections ever, the results are in from Greece.  Alexis Tsipras, leader of the left-wing anti-austerity Syriza party, has been sworn in as Prime Minister after forming … Continue reading

28 January 2015 by
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