Eurozone crisis - A European politics is born

Published on 9 March 2011 at 16:20

Eurozone crisis

A European politics is born


The government of Europe leans to the right on one side; the "shadow cabinet" made up of the opposition leans to the left on the other. Step by lurching step, the economic and financial crisis is laying the foundations for democracy across the EU, finds the French columnist Bernard Guetta.


European funds

South and East fight for the money

De Standaard

As the EU prepares a programme of economic and political support for a North Africa in the throes of change, some member states are arguing that Europe's Eastern Neighbourhood Policy, particularly with regard to the Caucasus, shouldn't be forgotten.



Beatrix goes it alone



European Parliament

Lazy MEPs unmasked

El Mundo



International campaign against Lukaschenko

The Independent



The new Irish team

Martyn Turner


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