Europe's Economic Crisis Timeline

Nov 20 2015

The High Price of Reform in Greece

The passage of new legislation brought with it another pyrrhic victory for Athens.
Nov 16 2015

Has the Dayton Accord Run Its Course?

Twenty years after the agreement ended the Bosnian war, the country is still vulnerable to ethnic and political conflict.
Nov 13 2015

Eurozone: Early Data Show France Returning To Economic Growth, Germany Slowing Slightly

Preliminary data released Nov. 13 show France returning to economic growth in the third quarter, while the German economy slowed slightly, Le Figaro reported.
Nov 12 2015

Considering Germany Without Merkel

The chancellor's coalition is in disarray, spelling trouble for both the country and Europe.
Nov 11 2015

Portugal's Government Falls, Prolonging Instability In Lisbon

Left-wing parties formed a tenuous alliance to oust the ruling coalition.
Oct 31 2015

China, South Korea: Governments Pledge To Increase Economic Cooperation

Beijing and Seoul agreed Oct. 31 to increase economic cooperation, with a focus on China's "One Belt, One Road" project and Seoul's "Eurasia Initiative," Yonhap News reported.
Oct 27 2015

Kosovo's Long Road to EU Membership

The nation's upcoming association agreement with the European Union is only the beginning of a process that may yet end in exclusion.
Oct 23 2015

Spain: Unemployment Hits 4-Year Low

Spain’s unemployment rate has dropped to a four-year low, according to data released by the country’s National Statistics Institute on Oct. 22, EurActiv reported.
Oct 22 2015

The Greek Crisis: October 2015

An archive of updates on Greece's financial crisis from October 2015.
Oct 16 2015

Beneath the Niceties, France and Germany Still Disagree

Despite their current united front, France and Germany are holding fast to their competing ideas for the European Union and the eurozone.
Oct 15 2015

Germany: Lawmakers Approve Asylum Reform

The Bundestag, the lower house of Germany's parliament, approved a bill Oct. 15 that restricts the right to asylum, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported.
Oct 14 2015

How Meaningful Are Italy's Political Reforms?

The Italian prime minister has pushed through some major changes in the country's political system, but the divided country will remain difficult to govern.

The European economic crisis goes well beyond finance. It affects the economy, politics and social conditions in European countries and challenges the foundations of the European Union. The future of the bloc and the stability of the euro are in jeopardy.

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