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The rise of populist and anti-immigrant parties in the recent election has left the country in political turmoil.
It's easy to dismiss events in Cyprus as yet another hiccup in the never-ending series of European debt crises from which
ATHENS, Greece - German Chancellor Angela Merkel got a hostile reception from many ordinary Greeks Tuesday when she flew
ATHENS, Greece - German Chancellor Angela Merkel makes her first visit to Greece since the eurozone crisis began here three
A new permanent bailout fund for the eurozone will come in to force later Monday at a meeting of eurozone finance ministers
TORONTO - Concerns about the state of Europe's economy will run against the start of U.S. earnings season this week, which
OTTAWA - Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is optimistic the United States will avoid the so-called fiscal cliff that many believe
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit with Prime Minister Stephen Harper has reignited the issue of Canada's refusal to
If no longer -- thank goodness -- the geo-political cockpit of Europe (caught between rival ideologies in the civil war era), Spain cannot be dismissed as a periphery or marginal country out of step with the European project. Spain has all the features of a highly efficient and accountable country, from its ability to produce majority governments from both the respectable left and right, its elaborate system of federalism, and its increased multicultural identity.
The irony of Germany's loss to Italy in the Euro 2012 cup will not be lost on those who have been watching the Eurozone financial crisis play out in recent weeks. Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel has been steadfast in her opposition to a plan for a common debt issuance program (so-called "euro bonds"), while her electorate have turned up their collective noses to calls for additional handouts to the problem centres like Greece.