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George Friedman’s Eyes Are on Germany

George Friedman will be watching how one last piece of the global financial crisis plays out very carefully. Read More

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Prospects for the Eurozone: It Won’t Be Germany to the Rescue

Kai Konrad painted a picture of troubled states increasingly doubtful of the EU, warning “don’t expect much from Germany.” Read More

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“Heart Breaking” and the Future of the Eurozone: Kai A. Konrad on European Convergence

Kai A. Konrad’s work studying political economy and public economics has given him some unique insights into the ways that individuals and groups interact to achieve their desired objectives. Read More

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One Year Later, Has the German Bubble Grown?

A look at the risks that have been building in advance of the Deutsche Bundesbank’s warning about property bubbles, and what they mean for the eurozone. Read More

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European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Overview, Analysis, and Timeline of Major Events

Jason Voss, CFA, content director at CFA Institute, recently updated his overview and analysis of the European sovereign debt crisis which includes a comprehensive timeline of key events. Read More

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