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For a global movement with a radical agenda

Interview: Yanis Varoufakis Print edition : April 10, 2020 T+ T- Yanis Varoufakis: “If anything, the first few pages of the Communist Manifesto describe today’s globalisation far more pertinently than it described 19th or 20th century capitalism.” Photo: Getty Images British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (right) and main opposition Labour Party…
bubmag
March 24, 2020
Grexit

French banks are solid and in no need of nationalisation – Villeroy

The European Central Bank's Francois Villero has stated that the ECB is absolutely determined to fight fragmentation risk between eurozone countries.  "French banks can weather the current economic storm unleashed by the coronavirus outbreak and are in no need of nationalisation despite the recent collapse in their share prices", the…
bubmag
March 18, 2020
Grexit

Europe Is Unprepared for the COVID-19 Recession

If there is one European body that has consistently demonstrated its lack of fitness for managing economic crises, it is the Eurogroup of eurozone finance ministers. True to form, it will respond to the COVID-19 crisis with heroic announcements heralding impressive numbers that disguise the irrelevance and timidity of the…
bubmag
March 18, 2020
Grexit

Europe braces for negotiation storm in 2020

The EU’s negotiating skills and unity will be put to a series of tests this year as the bloc seeks to thrash out a deal with the UK and minimise the impact of Brexit, conclude a trade agreement with the US, and finalise its long-term budget for 2021-2027. Over the…
bubmag
February 3, 2020
Grexit

Europe braces for negotiation storm in 2020

The EU’s negotiating skills and unity will be put to a series of tests this year as the bloc seeks to thrash out a deal with the UK and minimise the impact of Brexit, conclude a trade agreement with the US, and finalise its long-term budget for 2021-2027. Over the…
bubmag
February 3, 2020