Category Archives: Financial Crisis

Sep 25 2012

Fiscal Crisis and the Balkanization of Spain: Which Way Forward?

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  By Karlo Basta, Assistant Professor at Memorial University of Canada. European Union is not the only multinational polity whose unity is threatened by the Eurozone crisis. Austerity policies of successive Spanish governments, combined with the perceived lack of fiscal … Continue reading

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May 24 2011

A Special Relationship with Issues to Address

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by Nicholas Kitchen As Barack Obama heads to the UK fresh from the bounce to his own ego and the US polls that only the adoration of the Irish can provide, the President will find a British government with similar … Continue reading

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Apr 28 2010

Snapshots of Obama’s First 100 Days: A French Spring in Washington?

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by Robert Kelley When Barack Obama fielded questions from an adoring French audience in Strasbourg earlier this month, he pleased his hosts by singling out a shining example of European ingenuity in public transportation – the high-speed rail system. The … Continue reading

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