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What’s new and what’s not in the Fiscal Compact

29 May 2012

This article examines the provisions contained in the Fiscal Compact and finds none of the four fiscal rules are new and some of the enforcement mechanisms are new and some are not new.

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UK urges Europe on from the sidelines

29 May 2012

This blog outlines the approach of the three main British political parties to the Eurozone crisis and highlights the differences in what they recommend for the Eurozone. 

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Disagreements and Progress on Eurobonds at EU ‘Informal Dinner’

28 May 2012

This blog examines the disagreements and progress on eurobonds at the informal dinner of Heads of State or Government on 23 May 2012.

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European Solidarity in the Eurozone Crisis: Another Irish “Success Story”?

25 May 2012

A new paper, published by Yves Bertoncini of Notre Europe, based on his address to the IIEA on 15 May 2012

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Taking EMU to the next stage?

24 May 2012

EU leaders agree to take EMU to the next stage

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Shifting Balance of Power in the Franco-German Partnership

24 May 2012

François Hollande is known as a consensus builder in the French Socialist Party but he has opted for a more robust approach as Head of State, differing publically with German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, on Eurobonds and other issues.

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The Camp David G-8 Summit: All Eyes on the Eurozone, Once Again

23 May 2012

The Eurozone crisis dominated the G-8 meeting in Camp David on 18-19 May 2012. International leaders used the forum as an opportunity to put pressure on the Europeans, but the real business has to be done in Europe.

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Short interview with Yves Bertoncini on solidarity and the Stability Treaty

17 May 2012

Yves Bertoncini, Secretary General of the influential French think tank, Notre Europe, answers a number of questions on solidarity and the Stability Treaty during his visit to the IIEA. View the full interview here. 

 

 

You can view more 2 minute interviews with the experts on our dedicated Stability Treaty Video page here

Interviews include comments from Richard Corbett, Dr. Gavin Barrett , Eamon Gilmore, Charles Grant, Zaki Laïdi, Maurice Obstfeld and Yves Bertoncini.
http://www.iiea.com/irelands-referendum-on-the-stability-treaty-video-page

 

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The Path to a Post-Subsidy Energy World

17 May 2012

Against the background of cuts to clean energy subsidies, Michael Liebreich discussed how to deliver a systemic transformation of global energy systems and investment. He also highlighted the need for the clean energy industry to improve its communication with policymakers and the general public.

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