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  • Three Ways to Save the Eurozone

    Euro & Finance 21-10-2011

    The challenge for Europe is to decide what to tell markets, to give them a good reason to regain trust in the eurozone’s credibility, Jean Pisani-Ferry spells out three ways to do so.

  • Goodbye Eurobonds

    Euro & Finance 15-09-2011

    Despite growing calls to introduce Eurobonds as a way out of the euro zone's debt crisis, August 2011 might well be remembered as the month during which the idea of Eurobonds was murdered by the Italian political system, argues Daniel Gros, director of the Centre for European Policie Studies (CEPS).

  • The Greek crisis: An opportunity for Europe?

    EU Priorities 2020 25-07-2011

    Despite outbreaks of nationalism in many corners of the Old Continent, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have no other choice but to push for a political union and a federalist re-modelling of Europe, writes Georgi Gotev, senior editor of EURACTIV.

  • For a new narrative on the euro zone

    Euro & Finance 21-06-2011

    The euro zone needs a new narrative to overcome the current crisis or it runs the risk of a major political split, writes Maria João Rodrigues, a professor at the Institute of European Studies in Brussels and an advisor to the EU institutions, in an exclusive op-ed for EURACTIV.

  • Restructuring: By design or by default?

    Euro & Finance 29-04-2011

    Just as Europe was talking about bailouts a year ago, it is now moving into 'restructuring' territory. But a year from now not even that will have been enough and the new order of the day will be the dreaded D-word: default, writes Jens Bastian, visiting fellow for the political economy of Southeast Europe at St. Antony’s College in Oxford, England in an exclusive op-ed for EURACTIV.