Europe's Economic Crisis Timeline

Feb 25 2015

The Wager Behind the European Debt Crisis

The human limitations that led to the eurozone crisis are also keeping leaders from finding a viable solution this time around.
Feb 24 2015

The Intersection of Three Crises

The Greek debt crisis, a U.S.-Russian standoff over Ukraine and the U.S.-Iranian negotiations are all connected.
Feb 21 2015

Greece: Athens Won In Bailout Deal, Prime Minister Says

Greece's Syriza government declared victory Feb. 21 after agreeing to a conditional deal with Europe, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said, Reuters reported.
Feb 20 2015

How European Cohesion Programs Have Failed

The European Union is fragmenting despite the billions of euros spent to unite the bloc.
Feb 17 2015

Terminology Stands in the Way of a Greek Compromise

Greece's ruling party needs to appear to have shaken up the status quo, while the Europeans need to appear to have maintained it.
Feb 14 2015

Greece: Athens Open To Last Minute Debt Deal, Finance Minister Says

Athens is open to a last minute agreement with EU lenders over its international bailout, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said Feb. 14, Reuters reported.
Feb 14 2015

The Controversial EU Cohesion Policy Falls Short

The investment programs meant to assist disadvantaged EU countries have done little to guarantee economic and political unity in the bloc.
Feb 12 2015

Ukraine and Greece Divide Germany's Attention

The Germans are involved in two difficult sets of negotiations as they try to calm fighting in Ukraine and deal with Greek debt.
Feb 11 2015

Greece and Argentina, Similar But Not the Same

Can Greece implement the strategy Argentina used to save its struggling economy?

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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