Greece Highlights Germany’s EU Dilemma
Germany’s EU dilemma stems from the unwelcome fact that the chronic debt problem of the so-called ‘periphery’ nations, occurred before the EU has secured full sovereignty over its member states.
Germany sides with China in solar trade dispute with EU
The anti-dumping case has emerged as a test of whether the EU can maintain a unified trade policy.
«Cyprus may be forced out of the euro and this would be dangerous» -Michalis Attalides
Interview with Michalis Attalides.
Lest we forget: The neglected roots of Europe’s slide to authoritarianism
A multitude of evils can hide behind the ideological veil of top-down European integration.
Impact Of Germany’s Gold Repatriation
I suspect the reason for repatriating the gold has more to do with a shift in German politics than any sudden questions about the faith and credit of a central bank, or any desire to re-monetize gold in Germany.
German Gold Claw Back Causes Concern
The repatriation of even a part of Germany’s central bank gold holdings should be regarded with concern.
Washington’s European Cliff
The concern today, especially for Washington, is to keep the European utopia alive for as long as possible.
Peer Steinbrück to rival Chancellor Merkel
Steinbrück made clear that he is not running to form a grand coalition but to oust Chancellor Merkel and her conservative-liberal government.
September 12th Looms Large for Germany
In the past, the German Constitutional Court has not shown itself to be a political pushover.
EMU GDP growth – contraction bites
EMU Q2 GDP contracted by 0.2% qoq. France avoided a fall in output and Germany grew at a solid pace, but Italy and Spain are still in the doldrums.
The Scarlett O’Hara Approach To Solving The Eurozone Crisis
It is highly likely that the Germans’ resolve against money printing will dissolve in the face of panic.
Germany Loses to Italy, Again
Last week’s agreement should not be seen as anything less than a victory for the printing press.