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This article argues that the traditional European narrative based on the rhetoric of progress, openness, ‘an ever clos

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The economic and financial crises evident since 2007 have refocused the debate as to the future structure of the Europea

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Unsurprisingly even within the “Brussels bubble” economists cannot agree on the ultimate result of President Juncker’s E

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Prime Minister David Cameron’s letter to European Council President Donald Tusk about the renegotiation of the terms o

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The period since the election of Syriza to power in January 2015 has been marked by increased political uncertai

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The present Greek debacle is the result of a clash of political cultures.

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Paul Krugman, in the New York Times, urges the Greeks to vote “No” in the referendum next Sunday.

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In an act of irresponsibility and opportunism, Alexis Tsipras put on the shoulders of the Greek people the burden of the decision about the country

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The response to Syriza’s election in Greece has been marked by much comment on the impending conflict between the new government and the EU, Europe

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