Greece: The Eurozone is Better Off Without
Greece continues to test the patience of the eurozone and I cannot find any objective reason why it should remain a part of the European Union (EU). It’s never a … Continue reading
Italy: As Goes Rome, So Does Europe?
This past week, Italian voters – staying true to their unpredictable history – once again shocked Europe by not giving any one political party the majority needed to form a … Continue reading
Latvia: Government States Nation on Track of Recovery
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Union (EU) and Riga all recently announced that Latvia’s economy is on the recovery track. Indeed, the IMF and EU have held up … Continue reading
Europe: Are Bailout Conditions Actually Helping Recovery?
Unemployment continues to grow in Europe: Spain’s unemployment rate in September grew to almost 26%, Greece’s rate went over 25%, and the overall European unemployment rate was 11.6% – in … Continue reading