Reliable Germans vs foxy Italians?
Alessandra Nucci | 20 June 2012 |
tags: financial crisis, Germany, Greece, Italy
It’s time to take a closer look at the clichés which dominate coverage of the Euro-crisis.
Dicing with debt: Greece’s austerity referendum
| 03 November 2011 |
The Greek Prime Minister takes a big gamble on the Eurozone's bailout offer.
Precise solutions for an imprecise reality
George Friedman | 05 October 2011 |
Europe is experiencing a cultural clash between the German ideal of the disinterested, rational civil servant and Southern and Central European scepticism.
Germany, Greece and exiting the eurozone
Marko Papic , Robert Reinfrank and Peter Zeihan | 19 May 2010 |
tags: European Union, Eurozone, Greece, Stratfor
One solution to the crisis of the Eurozone is to scrap it. How would this unfold?
Debts and deficits: Help for whom?
Vincenzina Santoro | 07 April 2010 |
But which country is not indebted? And which countries are the most indebted?
Greeks resigned to tightening belts
Daniel Proussalidis | 19 March 2010 |
tags: austerity, financial crisis, Greece
"Either we eradicate the debt, or the debt will eliminate the country," says the Prime Minister.
Never waste a good crisis
Peter Ziehan | 15 March 2010 |
tags: European Union, Germany, Greece, Stratfor
The economic woes of Greece and other spendthrift countries have given Germany greater power in the EU.
Germany’s awful choice
Marko Papic and Peter Zeihan | 09 February 2010 |
tags: Germany, Global Financial Crisis, Greece
In the not too distant future, Greece will probably default on its national debt. How will the EU's most powerful economy react?