Europe

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A Case for ‘Europe’

Today we stand on the precipice of a European implosion. A popular referendum on July 5th may determine if Greece will leave the monetary union, and perhaps, according to its Central Bank, also the EU. A Syriza look-a-like party, Podemos, has captured the hearts of voters in Spain and now rules its two largest cities,…

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Greece: Last Chance To Get It Right?

As negotiations between Greece and its creditors reach a standstill once again, the debate over the Greek problem has intensified. Prominent economists, political and business leaders have taken a stance on the Greek issue supporting one side or the other. The reality is that both sides made mistakes. And the even sadder reality is that five…

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Can a Former Georgian President Save Ukraine?

Amid tenuous ceasefires and sporadic shelling, the crisis in Ukraine witnessed a remarkable development on May 30 when Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko announced the appointment of former Georgian president, Mikheil Saakashvili as the governor of Ukraine’s province of Odessa. Saakashvili has been a special policy advisory for Mr. Poroshenko for some time. A vocal supporter…

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