Category Archives: Euro

Crisis in the Eurozone

A controversial call to break up the Eurozone and stop the debt crisis. First, there was the credit crunch, and governments around the world stepped in to bail out the banks. The sequel to that debacle is the sovereign debt … Continue reading

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On nous ment!: Vérités et légendes sur la crise

Vous avez du mal à comprendre pourquoi la crise a explosé en 2008 ? Vous trouvez bien difficile de savoir si elle est vraiment terminée ? Normal : du début jusqu’à la fin, au lieu de nous expliquer le fond … Continue reading

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Greece, Lehman, and the politics of Too Big To Fail

The looming second banking crisis raises the question whether banks have learned anything from the Lehman debacle only three years ago. They have indeed learned a lesson, but you may not like it. So we face another Lehman moment. The … Continue reading

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Crisis económica y terror social

Esas poblaciones no encuentran el modo de salir de la pasividad y de la despolitización incentivadas por un sistema que hizo del acceso al consumo su núcleo articulador de la subjetividad contemporánea. Un consumo, en muchos casos desenfrenado, que acabó … Continue reading

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The Ticking Euro Bomb: How a Good Idea Became a Tragedy

Read Read also:   Part 2  –  Part  3 & 4 The Greek crisis has revealed why the euro is the world’s most dangerous currency. The euro was built on a foundation of debt and trickery, where economic principles were sacrificed … Continue reading

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