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I was interviewed by Colm O Mongain on Ireland’s RTE1 This Week about the moral, economic and political case for Greek debt relief   Tweet

Posted 01 Feb 2015 in Blog, Debt, euro, Greece, Ireland
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My letter to the FT Tweet

Posted 30 Jan 2015 in Blog, Debt, euro, Financial Times, Greece
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My article for CapX Tweet

Posted 29 Jan 2015 in Blog, CapX, Immigration
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Europe needs stimulus. But quantitative easing won’t make the eurozone’s real problems go away. My column for Foreign Policy Tweet

Posted 28 Jan 2015 in Blog, euro, Foreign Policy, Monetary Policy
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My article on eurozone QE and Greece for CapX Tweet

Posted 21 Jan 2015 in Blog, CapX, euro, Greece, Monetary Policy
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I was interviewed in the Wall Street Journal by Stephen Fidler on why, contrary to what eurozone authorities claim, Greece needs debt relief “Of course they are going to say that,” said Philippe Legrain, a former economic adviser to the European Commission. Mr. Legrain says Greece should have been given debt relief back in 2010 instead […]

Posted 16 Jan 2015 in Blog, euro, Greece, Wall Street Journal Europe
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You don’t have to be a radical leftist to get that Athens needs debt relief. And a Syriza victory in this month’s elections might be the only way to get it. My column for Foreign Policy Tweet

Posted 14 Jan 2015 in Blog, euro, Foreign Policy, Greece
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I was interviewed by The Press Project on Syriza’s economic programme for Greece. I said: While there is much in Syriza’s programme that I don’t agree with, Alex Tsipras is right that Greece needs debt relief in order to recover and that the country should not be bled dry to pay off its foreign creditors. […]

Posted 14 Jan 2015 in Blog, euro, Greece, The Press Project
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Mon article sur la faiblesse de l’économie allemande pour Books. Commentaires sur l’article d’Olaf Gersemann et Marianne Tweet

Posted 18 Dec 2014 in Blog, Germany
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European Spring has been selected as among the Financial Times’ Best Books of 2014. Martin Wolf wrote: This is a splendid book on the European malaise. Legrain argues compellingly that policy makers’ response to that crisis was and remains a disaster. He warns that the eurozone is still far from healthy and that the German […]

Posted 01 Dec 2014 in Blog, European Spring, Financial Times
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I took part in a panel discussion on Tonight with Vincent Browne on Ireland’s TV3 that went out on Thursday 27 November and was recorded in Charleville on Saturday 22 November. I argued that while the injustice of eurozone institutions blackmailing the Irish government to impose the bank debt owed to foreign creditors on Irish […]

Posted 01 Dec 2014 in Blog, euro, Europe, Ireland, Media
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I was interviewed by the Irish Examiner on how to obtain debt relief on the bank debt unjustly imposed on Irish taxpayers by eurozone policymakers Tweet

Posted 24 Nov 2014 in Blog, Debt, euro, Ireland, Irish Examiner
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I was interviewed about the ECB and the threat of deflation in the eurozone on CNBC Europe’s Squawk Box Europe on 21 November 2014 Tweet

Posted 21 Nov 2014 in Blog, CNBC, euro
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I debated this on BBC World Service’s In the Balance programme with Marcel Fratzscher and Christian Schulz  Tweet

Posted 21 Nov 2014 in BBC Online, Blog, Germany
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My piece for CapX Tweet

Posted 28 Oct 2014 in Blog, CapX, euro, Finance
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By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Tweet

Posted 28 Oct 2014 in Blog, euro, Finance
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The “comprehensive” assessment of the health of eurozone banks – the ECB’s long-awaited asset-quality review (AQR) of eurozone banks and latest European Banking Authority (EBA) stress tests – concludes that eurozone banks had a capital shortfall of only €24.6 billion as of end-2013 and only €9.5 billion as of now. That is ludicrously overoptimistic. Independent assessments, for example by Professor […]

Posted 26 Oct 2014 in Blog, euro, Finance
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I am quoted at length in Andy Davis’s piece for Newsweek on the eurozone economy. Tweet

Posted 24 Oct 2014 in Blog, euro, Newsweek
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My article for the Brussels Times Tweet

Posted 22 Oct 2014 in Belgium, Blog, Brussels Times, euro
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Yannis Palaiologos invited me to speak at the launch of his excellent new book, The Thirteenth Labour of Hercules: Inside the Greek Crisis, at LSE. I spoke about how EU institutions have locked Greece in a debtor’s prison and imposed unnecessary misery in outrageous ways. My intervention starts around the 42nd minute and lasts 9 minutes. […]

Posted 22 Oct 2014 in Blog, euro, Greece