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Fascism returns to Europe: Thoughts on the features of an international antifascist movement

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Fascism returns to Europe: Thoughts on the features of an international antifascist movement

The anti-fascism of the 21st century will either be proletarian or will never be. [...]

December 8, 2014 Author: Dimitris Kousouris

Analysis: What taxpayer bailouts? Euro crisis saves Germany money

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Analysis: What taxpayer bailouts? Euro crisis saves Germany money

What is more, governments in Germany, Finland, Austria, the Netherlands and France have saved billions of euros thanks to a sharp fall in how much they pay to raise money in financial markets since their borrowing costs have dropped steeply. [...]

May 2, 2013 Author: Jan Strupczewski

Cyprus, Seriously

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Cyprus, Seriously

A correspondent, whom I respect, has (gently) challenged me to say plainly what I think Cyprus should do — leaving aside all questions about political realism. And he’s right: while I think it’s OK to spend most of my time on this blog working within the limits of the politically possible, and relying on a [...]

March 26, 2013 Author: Paul Krugman

Why we should be cautious about cheering on Cyprus’s no vote

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Why we should be cautious about cheering on Cyprus’s no vote

Watching the drama unfolding in Cyprus over the last few days has been anything if not surreal. The far left and the Eurosceptic right alike have rejoiced at the Cypriot parliament's "valiant no" to a deal that would have ensured the financing of the cash-strapped economy from the Eurozone and the IMF. [...]

March 20, 2013 Author: Nikos Chrysoloras