Europe's Turkey deal does Serbia and Macedonia no favors.
Greece's future in the eurozone remains foggy. And no matter what moves its new government will make, the road to economic recovery will not be a painless one.
"Like it or not, Greece is now Europe’s laboratory for finding a different path to the challenging mix of too much debt and the need for economic growth that supports democratic government."
Why Athens might once again create another crisis over its economic troubles.
The discovery of natural gas is exacerbating tensions among various players in the Eastern Mediterranean. Is there a viable path forward where all can benefit?
An Italian sovereign debt crisis is the ultimate European nightmare.
In November, the autonomous region of Catalonia will hold a “popular” referendum for independence from Spain. While certainly noteworthy, Spain might not be headed for a breakup just yet.
Without fundamental fiscal reform, the economies of the European periphery will be weak and increasingly subject to Teutonic domination.
The Eurozone's economic nightmare drags on—and Rome could make it even worse.
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