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The debt crisis in Greece will continue to have a long-term impact on the country's economy, particularly since domestic investment activity, particularly in capital goods, has plunged since 2007. In a report by Eurobank Research
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UkrProgress Twitter account with the hashtag #UnitedforUkraine toThere is an interesting twist to the ongoing war of words with Russia over its actions in Ukraine that is little discussed in the mainstream media. The United States State Department is using its Russian language
An oped by Andreas Umland at Eurasia Review provides the world with a rather interesting alternative to war in Ukraine and how meaningful pressure could be put on Russia to end its involvement in the conflict. Let's open with a bit of
With Greece and its debt problems still in the news five and a half years after it began and four years after it reached the critical point in June 2011, the country still has to find a long-term solution to its $374.5 billion potential debt default. As it stands now, Greece's debt is 168
A backgrounder by Hugo Spalding at the Institute for the Study of War provides us with an interesting analysis of the conflict in Ukraine to this point in time and provides us with information on Vladimir Putin's likely future objectives in the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
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