Open Europe Blog

Archives for sovereign debt

In today’s Telegraph, we argue:Whatever the future of the single currency – and the entire European project – it will largely be decided in Berlin. The most important relationship for David Cameron is therefore with the German Chancellor, Ang…

Posted by Open Europe blog team

The key trend in Greek opinion polls holds steady: voters back anti-austerity parties in great numbers but  remain committed to staying in the euro in equally great numbers. The latest Public Issue poll released yesterday put the radical left Syri…

Posted by Open Europe blog team

Over on the Telegraph blog, we argue:  There’s a paradox at the heart of the Greek euro debate: voters have comprehensively rejected EU-mandated austerity – parties that are (more or less) in favour of ripping up the bailout conditions mustere…

Posted by Open Europe blog team

In an op-ed for today’s Telegraph, we argue:”Viewed from London, the most interesting effect of François Hollande’s victory in Sunday’s French presidential elections may not be how it changes the UK’s relationship with France, or even how it cou…

Posted by Open Europe blog team