Columnists
Duncan Cameron | France, which for decades has been split between left and right, with Presidential elections being decided 51 to 49 per cent on that basis, now is also splitting over attitudes towards Europe.
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Rossana Rossanda et al. | Europe is in crisis because it has been hijacked by neo-liberalism and finance. In the last 20 years, the meaning of the European Union has increasingly been reduced to a narrow view.
Columnists
Ellen Russell | European Union governments can now be bled dry in order to channel every possible euro towards meeting whatever deficit or debt targets financial markets demand. It's bad for them and for the world.
Blog
Andrew Jackson | The OECD's new assessment of the macro-economic situation makes for pretty grim reading. And their forecast is based on an increasingly incredible view that the Eurozone will "muddle through."
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David J. Climenhaga | NATO's problem in 2010 is not unlike that of the Holy Roman Empire in the 1500s. Seemingly powerful, seemingly everywhere, few believe the theoretical justification for its existence.