How Italy’s pro-European elite are raising the stakes.
Notes on the historical backdrop to the current Italian-European situation. A crisis made in Italy or Europe?
Comparing three different lines of reading Varoufakis’s gripping memoir.
Revisiting two revealing interviews from December 2011 and February 2012 throws light on the economics and politics of the eurozone crisis.
How Athens threatened to blow up Draghi’s QE, but didn’t dare.
What lies behind the asymmetry in the left and right-wing challenges to the current order? Political economy and political sociology.
How the fall of the Berlin Wall, globalization, judicial activism and the politics of social policy transformed the family policy regime of Germany from the 1990s onwards.
If the state underpins the global dollar, how should we characterize its political economy? Bond vigilantes or managed money?
In a dramatic development German Finance Minister turns Trumpite criticism of German trade surplus against Draghi and ECB. He thus opens a major line of fissure that could be decisive for the future of the Eurozone.
Remarkably important analysis of political economy of the Eurozone coming from inside Die Linke and the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.