The idea that austerity is killing Greece is absurd. The problem is the inability to practice austerity.
The ECB president's latest move may have averted a major crisis—and ensured the U.S. president's reelection.
Expelling Greece from the euro zone will do more political harm than economic good.
The catastrophic situation in Spain has forced the ECB to take drastic measures.
Athens faces a much graver danger than default.
Europe's leaders meet again in Brussels this week. They can't afford to ignore the hard choices facing the Continent.
Unnerved by the Arab Spring and estranged from Turkey, Netanyahu sets his sights on the likes of Greece, Cyprus and Azerbaijan.
Disgruntled Greeks are blaming Berlin for their current predicament. Such logic is unfair—and dangerous.
The question isn't whether Greece will abandon the euro. It's whether Greece will be forced to abandon the euro—and what the fallout would be.
Athens falters. Berlin rises. And Europe may never look the same.
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