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Greek Debt - original plan

The Greek Crisis is a long-standing double problem, causing harm to both creditors and debtor. Firstly, it is indisputable that, from an economic point of view, Greece devolves, with a continuing shrinking GDP and privatisation of assets, including airports, islands etc. 149 more words

Economy

The European Union: Perpetual Peace, Perpetual Collapse

The European Union and Kantian Subjectivity Formation

     History will remember the European Union. It will remember how the EU failed to find strategic direction, how after a New Enlarged Europe emerged (inclusive of most of the former Warsaw Pact countries), European subjectivity, embodied in Immanuel Kant’s metaphysical commitment that… 4,346 more words

Writing

Pleven Plan.

You can think of the early Cold War as having had layers.[1] Between 1945 and 1947 the Soviets had it pretty much the way they wanted. 633 more words

Modern Europe

EUROPEAN CULTURAL ISSUES.

Mr Ramfos and Mr Pissarides are exchanging their views on the cultural issues emerging from obscurity within the European Community on Net Channel  in April the 26th of 2013. 16 more words

Hellenic Crisis

Despair.

This old lady sitting on a chair between two stalls the Milan fair Oh Bej! Oh Bej!, sells its shoes.

The sign, hung on the blue shopping basket, bears the words: “Genuine leather.” 78 more words

Latest News

South African - EU trade report

The European Commission recently published the latest numbers on trade between the European Union and South Africa.

(see link: http://ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/countries-and-regions/countries/south-africa)

Remarkable is the decrease of the South African import to the EU after 2011, compared to the almost steady numbers of the European export to South Africa in the same period of time.

Auntie Doris’s All Things Must Pass #4: The Roman Empire


The Roman Empire was ruddy massive. Talk about a unified Europe. Them Romans had it. They had unified from Britain, France and Spain, and Germany, all the way down over the ruddy Mediterranean to Egypt, and then into Turkey and Syria and all them places. 499 more words

Humour