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Next year the Euro will also be accepted in Riga

The new Eurozone star: Latvia

Latvia has slowly but surely recovered from economic drowning and secured a place in the Eurozone.

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Warsaw: Adopting the Euro soon?

Should Poland Join The Eurozone?

Poland seems to be aware that to uphold its growing position in the EU it will soon have to adopt the euro as a currency

Mateusz Krupczynski on

Home, sweet home!

Home, sweet home!

Many things connect us with our American friends, like democracy, freedom or human rights policies. But at the same time we can see different cultural aspects that separate us in …

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Would EU-Member States Benefit from a Two-Speed Europe?

Would EU-Member States Benefit from a Two-Speed Europe?

With different currencies and different politics pursuing by the members, the multi-speed Europe is a reality

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One Europe, One Culture: "United in diversity"

One Europe, One Culture: "United in diversity"

The foundations of the modern European culture and its values, such as democracy and human rights, were laid by the ancient Greeks and followed by the Romans.

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The crisis in Europe requires a great deal of political will for deep reforms. The EU is visibly loosing its economic might in the last 5 years. The integration of the Union is weakening. The debt issues of the South are creating sharp tensions. Our common problems are given national solutions. They are often in expense of the others.

The Real Reasons behind the Euro Crisis, from a Former Prime Minister

"It is not a coincidence that the crisis in the Southern and South-Eastern periphery is the strongest."

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„Now we have to find the courage to implement the changes in our society, which are necessary to come back to the top of the economic and social development in Europe.“ (Gerhard Schröder, translated from his speech in the Bundestag at the 14th of March 2003)

Could Schröder's "Agenda 2010" save Europe?!

Germany evolved from “the sick man” to the powerhouse of Europe after Chancellor Gerhard Schröder introduced his “Agenda 2010”. Could this also be a guide for Europe?

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A European Ministry of Finance?

A European Ministry of Finance?

"We should not have any country and its government or minister of finance, notably Germany, dominating European politics." Proposal for a European solution.

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Contributions and Payments of the EU Budget

Contributions and Payments of the EU Budget

These maps visualize the level of funds being paid into the EU budget, and those being payed back by the EU budget.

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In order to make them come true, President of the European Commission Manuel Barroso has to hold his reform plans firm with both hands.

Barroso's Autumn

Among the European Commission's President's ideas presented in his three-steps-plan for the development of the further development of the European Monetary Union on November 28th, there are plans for a …

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Federalism, Confederalism and the European Superstate

Federalism, Confederalism and the European Superstate

One of the main themes in the current debate on the future of European integration is the alleged or real dilemma between the break up of the euro zone and …

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Can we trust our banking system to learn from its mistakes?

How can Banks gain credibility?

Only a change in practice can lead to a change in public opinion.

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A (euro)crisis of nationalism

A (euro)crisis of nationalism

I have repeatedly stated that the systemic crisis in the Euro area is not about economics, debt, markets, the balance of payments, the role of credit rating agencies, the austerity …

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