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  • European Spring: Why Our Economies and Politics are in a Mess – and How to Put Them Right

    Britain and the rest of Europe are in a mess. Our economies are failing to deliver higher living standards for most people – and many have lost faith in politicians’ ability to deliver a brighter future, with support for parties like UKIP soaring. Are stagnation, decline and disillusionment inevitable?

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    The financial crisis brought the world to the brink of economic breakdown. But now bankers’ bonuses are back, house prices are rising again and politicians promise recovery – all this while unemployment remains high, debts mount, frictions with China grow and the planet overheats.
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    Immigration divides our globalising world like no other issue. We are being swamped by bogus asylum-seekers and infiltrated by terrorists, our jobs stolen, our benefit system abused, our way of life destroyed – or so we are told. Why are ever-rising numbers of people from poor countries arriving in Europe, North America and Australasia? Can we keep them out? Should we even be trying?

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In his column for American Prospect, James K. Galbraith writes about my testimony to the Greek Parliament’s Debt Truth Committee

Posted 22 Jun 2015 in Blog, Debt, euro, Greece

I was interviewed by Atlantico.fr on the potential consequences of Grexit

Posted 19 Jun 2015 in Blog, euro, Greece

On 11 June I testified about Greek debt and the bailout of Greece’s creditors to the Debt Truth Committee of the Greek Parliament. Watch the video here

More coverage here, here and here, and here

Posted 14 Jun 2015 in Blog, Debt, euro, Greece

I’m quoted on Greek debt in the French newspaper Libération:

«Imaginez que vous êtes en prison pour ne pas avoir payé vos dettes, suggérait vendredi l’économiste Philippe Legrain dans la revue Foreign Policy. Après cinq ans de misère, vous dirigez une rébellion qui prend le contrôle de la prison et vous exigez votre libération. Les gardiens réagissent en vous coupant l’eau.Devez-vous alors retourner dans votre cellule, en négociant éventuellement des conditions légèrement moins dures ? Ou bien continuez-vous à vous battre pour vous libérer ?» Ce «dilemme du prisonnier» est celui qui se poserait à la Grèce.

 

Posted 14 Jun 2015 in Blog, Debt, euro, Greece, Libération

I was interviewed about migration for Dutch magazine Vrij Nederland by Marco Visscher

Posted 13 Jun 2015 in Blog, Immigration, Netherlands, Vrij Nederland

Yes, Greece needs reform, but that isn’t the real issue. If the creditors aren’t willing to be reasonable, default – even euro exit – is preferable to debt bondage. My latest column for Foreign Policy

Posted 12 Jun 2015 in Blog, Debt, euro, Foreign Policy, Greece

On 7 June I was interviewed about the crisis in the eurozone, Greece, Germany, the Dutch economy on Buitenhof, a leading political TV programme in the Netherlands. Watch here. Starts at 22nd minute, for 18 minutes

Posted 07 Jun 2015 in Blog, Buitenhof, euro, Germany, Greece, Netherlands

Politically weak and economically in decline, the EU is fearfully turning inwards. It ought to be looking confidently outwards instead. My column for Brussels Times

Posted 04 Jun 2015 in Blog, Brussels Times, Europe, Foreign Policy

Spanish voters are deserting corrupt, incompetent establishment parties. It’s time for a change. My column for Foreign Policy

Posted 30 May 2015 in Blog, Foreign Policy, Politics, Spain

My contribution to the Council on Foreign Relations’ World Economic Update in New York in January was translated into Japanese for Foreign Affairs Japan

Erik Jones reviews European Spring in Survival, the magazine of the IISS

Posted 25 May 2015 in Blog, European Spring, Survival

My piece for CapX on the EU’s Digital Single Market strategy

Posted 14 May 2015 in Blog, Digital Single Market, Europe, Germany, internet

I debated Europe’s future at a breakfast event in Oslo organised by Civita, a liberal think-tank, on 12 May with Harald Magnus Andreassen, chief Economist at Swedbank Norway, and Jan Erik Grindheim, president of the European Movement Norway. Watch the video here

Posted 12 May 2015 in Blog, Europe, Norway

Google v Germany

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My column for Project Syndicate on why the EU onslaught on US tech companies is motivated not by concern for the welfare of Europeans, but the protectionist agenda of Germany’s digital flops and their corporatist champions in government

My piece for Prospect

Posted 09 May 2015 in Blog, Britain, Europe, Prospect

I was interviewed on Hungarian radio about globalisation and the eurozone. Peter Zentai has written up the interviews on his blog

Posted 07 May 2015 in Blog, euro, Globalisation, Hungary

Britain’s election today is wide open. But whether we end up with a Conservative or Labour-led government, the SNP looks set to be a big winner in the years ahead. My column for Foreign Policy

Posted 07 May 2015 in Blog, Britain, Foreign Policy, Politics

My piece for the New York Times

Posted 06 May 2015 in Blog, Europe, Immigration, New York Times

Mon article dans La Tribune

Posted 04 May 2015 in Blog, euro, La Tribune

I was interviewed by Hernán Garcés for the Spanish magazine Alternativas Económicas

Posted 03 May 2015 in Alternativas Economicas, Blog, euro, Greece, Spain