Is Brexit the best choice for Britain in the upcoming EU referendum? Yes it is argues Alex Walker.
Greeks are suffering for the sake of a political goal that should never have been started in the first place. The only way to end this suffering is to leave the Eurozone argues Alex Walker.
What does Syriza mean for Greece? It means hope. Jason Southchott explains why Greece is standing alone in the European community.
With the election of François Hollande to the French presidency on Sunday 6 may 2012 , the movement for an alternative approach to fixing the world economy has been given a considerable boost to its momentum within Europe. But what does this alternative economic programme look like? And what are its chances in succeeding?
In this article, Sam Neagus examines whether the Eurozone has a long term future, as well as offering an analysis of what changes to its structure could be made in the future.
The great crash of 2008 witnessed banks on both sides of the Atlantic either collapsing or having to be bailed out by their respective governments. Now, in the summer of 2011 and nearly three years later we are still amidst the worst economic climate since the 1930’s in which the major economies of the Western world are struggling with their debt mountains. There are two political-economic ideologies responsible for causing this financial meltdown. Those on the left and far left are trying to use this economic storm to suggest capitalism has finally been proved wanting and the reforms of the 1980s have led us to disaster. However those on the right are using this as an opportunity to suggest that socialist government spending policies have crippled capitalism. It is a mix of both of these that has brought us to where we are now and the lessons we are witnessing right now are all too obvious.
Will Vittery explores the television debates, and evaluates who came out on top.