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Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega No Merkel: Europe’s opportunity?

As Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel has dominated European politics for four terms, 15 years, many of them complex and fraught. Sometimes bravely, at other times less so; more as a tactician, a crisis manager, than as a strategist, lacking a true vision, albeit a tireless worker, studious, intimately [...]

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Bad is better than worst, but Europe has lost out in the endeavour

The Eurozone, and by extension the EU, has avoided a serious trip-up with Greece, although the danger is by no means past on what will be a long and difficult road ahead, at a very high cost to the Greeks and to the European project itself. Nevertheless, the third [...]

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Tsipras’ responsibility… and Europe’s also

Alexis Tsipras, who will be the new Greek Prime Minister, and his radical-left coalition Syriza emphatically won last Sunday’s election, although two seats short of an absolute majority. For the first time one of the so-called populist movements, in this case from the left, has won a general election [...]

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