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The Last Thing the Eurozone Needs Is an Ever Closer Union – FP
Germany has proved that it runs the show and writes the rules. So why is France pushing for even deeper integration?
Breaking a Taboo: Plans for Euro-Zone Tax Take Shape – Spiegel
After the Greek bailout disaster, Paris, Berlin and Brussels want to reform the euro zone by creating an economic government and a special tax for the currency area. German Finance Minister Schäuble is in favor, but Chancellor Merkel is skeptical.
Jean Pisani-Ferry: Can the Euro Be Repaired? – Project Syndicate
When Wolfgang Schäuble, Germany’s finance minister, recently tabled the option of a Greek exit from the euro, he wanted to signal that no member country could abstain from the monetary union's rules. But his initiative triggered a much broader discussion of the euro’s governance and the very rationale for its existence.
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard: Forget Exits: Europe’s Choreographed Policy Outlook – PIIE
Numerous emergency summits have stabilized the continent’s outlook for at least the next year, virtually eliminating the specter of a Grexit and lowering the prospect of a British exit from the European Union. In other words, Europe’s near-term outlook is not as pessimistic as many experts say.
Churchill’s case for a “United States of Europe” – Craig Willy
Spring 2015 Standard Eurobarometer – EC
Eurobarometer: Immigration now top issue for Europeans – Craig Willy
Some optimistic charts out of the euro area – FT
News In Charts: Rouble Under Pressure As Oil Prices Fall – Alpha Now
The invisible network that keeps the world running – The Verge
Inside the humungous, algorithmically controlled matrix that supplies most of what you own
Sano jotain, Paavo Lipponen – Kansan Uutiset
Matti Vanhanen: Yhteiskuntasopimus olisi parempi kuin devalvaatio – HS
"Yhteiskuntasopimus on parempi kuin devalvaatio, koska se ei vaikuta kulutukseen kotimaassa."
Asiantuntijan lähtöuhkaus on hyvä asia – Peter Nyberg
Vaara! Vihreitä miehiä Ahvenanmaalla! – Näin se voisi tapahtua – SK
SK:n arkistoista: Kolme synkkää tulevaisuudenkuvaa Itämeren alueelta. Miten Suomen johto reagoisi?