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It's not our job to save the euro ‎


It is right to complain, as some have, of the outrageousness of Britain being asked to help bail out Portugal, Ireland and indeed any other nation whose membership of the euro brings it to the verge of penury. But there is an even deeper question here, and one that our complacent Prime Minister, our largely invisible Foreign Secretary and our inadequate Chancellor of the Exchequer ought to consider quite urgently: it is about the effect on our democratic values of this desperate attempt to save the euro. We are not in the euro but we are in the European Union. The commitment Alistair ...


European solutions to Ukraine-Russia gas disputes ‎


Early in 2011, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych publicly attacked Russian gas pipeline policy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. His speech was the most recent sign of growing tensions between the two countries over the gas politics that many believed would subside after Ukraine’s election of a seemingly pro-Russian president. These tensions between Ukraine and Russia are not new, but their resurgence bodes ill for European energy security. The latest argument between Europe’s largest gas-supplying country and its key transit state is symptomatic of the wider ...


Opinion: Portugal waited too long to ask for help


After struggling for months, Portugal has now applied for grants from the European Union's bailout fund. But asking the EU for help now is too late, argues DW's Bernd Riegert. First Greece, then Ireland, and now Portugal. The small country in the south-west corner of Europe is the third domino in a long line of heavily indebted Eurozone countries. After hesitating for a long time, Portugal now needs to turn to the more solvent countries in Europe and take their emergency loans. The country is close to collapse. The step, ablow to national pride and the credibility of the financial ...



 
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