In Part 1 of this 2-part series on the growth/austerity issue, the interaction between Europe and the IMF was examined. Here, I examine how the issue is “framed in China and the US.
This article is the first in a two-part series on the Austerity/Growth debate. Part 1 focuses on the interaction between the IMF and Eurozone countries. The second will focus on the debate in China and the US.
Argentina is a great natural resource rich country. But it has been side-tracked by its current President and her crazy policies. The article explains and offers a prescription for the future.
Global attitudes of the US have fallen dramatically since the end of WWII. This article explains why. It goes to suggest what could be done to at least start the process of making the US an effective world leader once again.
The Cyprus Crisis is just another vivid example of how dysfunctional the Eurozone has become. It is hard to predict what will happen next. But there will be many more crises that ultimately lead to the breakup of the Eurtozone.