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Chalk and Cheese

As a follower of European affairs and particularly the unfolding events in Greece and the United Kingdom, some comments to an article that appeared in another blog that I follow, really caught my attention. Klaus Kastner writes mostly about economic … Continue reading

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Brexit: the Trump card that could win the hand

During the run up to the Brexit referendum in the UK last year, I speculated and indeed hoped that Brexit might be the catalyst to begin a major shake-up in the political and economic scene here in Europe. Of course … Continue reading

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Can a political leopard really change its spots?

Politics can be a funny old business, although you really have to engage your brain and take a few steps away from the propaganda (or have a jolly good memory) to notice some of the paradoxes. Then the next thing … Continue reading

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Yanis Varoufakis: The Remain Campaign’s Best Spokesman For Brexit

Recently, I showcased a well-written article by Yanis Varoufakis coinciding with the release of his new book. Also on my blog, you can find several articles in which Yanis explains his current position regarding the European Union (EU).  Furthermore, Yanis … Continue reading

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The Paradox of the UK in the EU

On the 23rd June, Britons will be asked to choose whether the UK should remain a member of the EU or whether it should leave. Both the “Remainers” and the “Leavers” are now ramping up their campaigns to sway the … Continue reading

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Eurexit: repent now for the end is near!

In my previous post, I took a look at the implications of a Eurexit, the exit of an existing EU member country from the EU, in terms of what it would mean for the EU. In the meantime, however, events … Continue reading

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Eurexit: would this really be the end of Europe as we know it?

Let us look at the implications of a Eurexit, the exit of an existing EU member country from the EU, in terms of what it means for the EU. At present, the most likely candidates of a Eurexit are Britain … Continue reading

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