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He who pays the piper, calls the tune
José-Manuel Barroso criticised France and Germany and their project to step up governance of the Euro. Although he may be right in pleading the cause of a supranational institution which defends the common interest in line with the remit he was given by the treaties, he is however wrong....
Dancing on the edge of the abyss
The spectacle given by the Europeans as they face the Greek crisis is a true disaster. Legitimate discussions are taking place in front of the whole world and concern is spreading; their differences of opinion are turning into division, whilst everyone knows, that at the end of the day, Europe...
Why the IMF should be led by a European
Often images obscure reality. With the fortunate emergence of new economic players we should not forget that for the time being although growth is in Asia, South America or in Africa, wealth remains in the US and Europe, the two continents which dominate the world's economy. This is why they hold...
Populism, nationalism and egoïsm
The success of the True Finns, the only party that gained ground in the elections on 17th April, heralds further progress for the populists. This trend now concerns nearly all European countries. The economic crisis has encouraged this; immigration for which Europe is now the primary host continent...