Posts Tagged ‘Bailout’

Political Briefing #66/2017

On Sunday, German citizens are called to renew their national Parliament. Meanwhile in France, Macron’s labour market reform is dividing the public opinion and social partners....

Political Briefing #33/2017

Waiting for the second round of the French Presidential elections, Greece and its creditors have reached a preliminary bailout deal on Tuesday, while the clash between the Hungarian government and EU ...

Political Briefing #9/2017

On Sunday Marine Le Pen said that, if elected, she will call a referendum on France’s EU membership. This and other news about Brexit, refugee crisis and bailout negotiations in our today's PB....

Political Briefing #96/2016

Martin Schulz announced that he will leave the European Parliament in 2017. In other news, Brexit continues to make the headlines in the UK and all over Europe and the development of the Greek bailout...

Political Briefing #53/2017

On Thursday, Macron and Merkel are set to meet in Paris to discuss the prospects of European integration. This and other news about the challenges for the French government and the Greek bailout in to...

Political Briefing #26/2017

While Greece and creditors are unable to find an agreement over the second review of the bailout program, the Austrian government refuses to partecipate in the refugee relocation scheme. This and othe...

Political Briefing #102/2016

The negotiations linked to the third Greek bailout remain one of the main concerns of European politicians and institutions. In other news, Brexit continues to make the headlines in the UK and Brussel...

Political Briefing #50/2017

The Greek bailout is under spotlight, with Merkel's new outlook over the eurozone crisis management. Meanwhile, the economic issue and rights of EU citizens in the UK remain the pressing concerns for ...

Political Briefing #38/2017

The bailout negotiations between international creditors and the Greek government are under the spotlight, together with the appointment of the new French cabinet and the electoral manifestos of Briti...

Tweeting the Eurogroup

On March 20 the Finance Ministers of the Eurozone member states met in Brussels to discuss a number of issues, among which the second review of Greece’s economic adjustment programme. Greece and...

Political Briefing #99/2016

Italian voters rejected the constitutional reform proposed by Prime minister Matteo Renzi, who resigned. Meanwhile, in Austria, the former Green party member, Van der Bellen, won the Presidential elec...

Political Briefing #45/2017

The negotiations over the Greek bailout are back under the spotlight with the prospect of the Eurogroup meeting on Thursday. In other news, the European Commission started procedures to sanction Polan...

Political Briefing #24/2017

UK Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, thus confirming Britain's will to leave the EU; meanwhile, the refugee crisis continues to be a main concern for the Union. This and other news abou...

Political Briefing #97/2016

The development of the Greek economy remains one of the main concerns of European politicians and institutions, while Brexit continues to make the headlines....