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Tag Archives: banking union
May 21 2014
The Crises in the Eurozone and Ukraine Have Heralded the ‘Return of Politics’ to European Integration
By Luuk van Middelaar On New Year’s Eve 2011, a sober but moving ceremony took place in the Estonia theatre in Tallinn. Prime-minister Ansip withdrew his country’s first euros from an ATM outside the building, walked back inside and delivered … Continue reading
Posted by: May 21, 2014
Apr 2 2014
By Iain Begg In December 2013 EU finance ministers negotiated an agreement aimed at establishing a banking union, with further talks between the European Parliament and the Member States ending in an agreement last week. Iain Begg provides a detailed … Continue reading
Posted by: April 2, 2014
Oct 21 2013
Continuing our conversations with public intellectuals across Europe on the causes and effects of the crisis, Euro Crisis in the Press talks to Professor George Pagoulatos, advisor to former Greek PM Papademos and member of the Board of Directors … Continue reading
Posted by: October 21, 2013
Jul 29 2013
Euro Crisis in the Press has asked the views of influential analysts and commentators throughout Europe on the multifaceted crisis facing the European Union. In today’s interview, Emilio Ontiveros Baeza, Economics Professor and President of ‘Analistas Financieros Internacionales’ (AFI), argues that … Continue reading
Posted by: July 29, 2013
Jul 18 2013
Euro Crisis in the Press has asked the views of influential analysts and commentators throughout Europe on the multifaceted crisis facing the European Union. In today’s interview, deputy editor of the English language edition of mainstream Greek daily ‘Kathimerini’, Nick … Continue reading
Posted by: July 18, 2013