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Europe's creditors play with 'political fire' in pushing Greece to the brink
It is politics that now matter. EU veterans warn that any mishandling of the Greek drama could escalate into an existential threat to the European Project itself. They deplore the sabre-rattling in Brussels and Berlin, deeming it petulant, even ...
'Pigs might fly; Greece will pay its debt to EU'
Germany's Gabriel says Greek politics mustn't burden rest of EUReuters
Greece and its discontentsThe Economist
Wall Street Journal
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Greece shakes Europe's political kaleidoscope: expect the unexpected
LONDON (Reuters) - By catapulting to power an improbable alliance of the hard left and nationalist far right, Greece has shaken up Europe's political kaleidoscope and may have signalled the end of an era of centrist consensus. With eight general ...

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Kiev to discuss membership perspective, military aid with EU
“What we want from Riga Summit… political support, which thank to all of you, we are already having,” Prystayko told the audience on Friday, adding that Ukraine also needs financial support as well as keep sanctions on Russia. “Military technical ...
Kiev to Discuss Membership Perspective, Military Aid with EU, Official SaysSputnik International

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EU politics is dominated by big banks, big business and big government
1017739_753280291386243_8538108291027881607_n.jpg In response to the Goldman Sachs President, Gary Cohn, saying that the UK should stay in the EU, UKIP Leader Nigel Farage said: "EU politics is dominated by big banks, big business and big ...
Uproar as Goldman Sachs president pressures UK to stay in European
Bank chief wants UK to stay in EULancashire Telegraph

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Spalding Guardian

POLITICS: EU has fostered hatred at local levels
Spalding Guardian
I had to smile when I read David Turp's letter in the Spalding Guardian recently, waxing lyrically about the European Union, and its ability to stop wars between countries. And how Conservative leaders have worked tirelessly to ensure our membership.

Greece disagrees with anti-Russian sanctions to show independence from EU
ANEL is keen to show its pro-Russian and pro-Putin feelings," Kevin Featherstone, Professor of Contemporary Greek Studies and Professor of European Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, told Sputnik Wednesday. Featherstone ...

Canada-EU summit reception costs keep rising - to $162K
It was a grand affair — which is just as well. For $162,863, you want more than cheese dip and some dried-up carrots. But then, the plan called for "royal" treatment of the visitors. The Prime Minister's Office had insisted on that when Herman Van ...

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The Guardian

Syriza's historic win puts Greece on collision course with Europe
The Guardian
The damning popular verdict on Europe's response to financial meltdown is a haunting outcome for the EU's political elite. For the first time, power has been handed to populist outsiders deeply opposed to Brussels and Berlin, albeit not anti-European ...
Never mind the Euro: Syriza's win could threaten mainsteam politics across EuropeNew Statesman
Vote Result in Greece Challenges More Than AusterityNew York Times
Europe's Populism and Greece's Far-Left VictoryHuffington Post
Wall Street Journal -The Nation. -Yahoo News
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The Independent

British support for EU membership grows, despite Ukip popularity
The Independent
The poll suggested that David Cameron could persuade a significant number of people to vote to stay in if, as he intends, he negotiates and recommends a new EU deal for Britain. Some 57 per cent said they would vote to remain in such circumstances ...

AFP: Hungary under pressure to pick sides in Russia-EU standoff
Hungary's maverick Prime Minister Viktor Orban has spent the past year straddling the divide between Russia and his European Union counterparts on the crisis in Ukraine. But he may soon be forced to pick sides. On Monday, German Chancellor Angela ...

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