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The EU Democratic Deficit: A Recurring but Unaddressed Problem.

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If the EU is to effectively overcome the roots of its crisis… major steps forward are needed in recognizing that the Deficit has become one of the most important issues, and perhaps even the primary one, that threatens to tear the EU apart. It has, therefore, become necessary to drastically address this issue by increasing […]

NEWS

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-  ΝΕΟ BLOG: κ. Αλέξανδρος Κυριακίδης “Το ΔΝΤ, το Ελληνικό Χρέος, και το 3ο Ελληνικό Πρόγραμμα” –  NEW ARTICLE  on the Greek Crisis and the EU-IMF assistance programmes by Alexandros Kyriakidis in IJES 24(2) 2016 – full article on “The Greek Crisis 2009-2015: A Comprehensive Analysis of the EU-IMF Financial Assistance Programs”

BREXIT EXCLUSIVE: The Presidential Order by Jean-Claude Junker for no Brexit negotiation before TEU Art. 50 Notification

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Full text of the Presidential order of the President of the European Commission to the Commission (College, DGs, etc): no negotiations with Great Britain are to take place inregarding its exit from the EU before an official notification of TEU article 50 is received

ΑΠΟΚΛΕΙΣΤΙΚΟ: Η Επιστολή της Ευρωπαϊκής Επιτροπής προς τον Έλληνα ΥΠΟΙΚ για την Υπόθεση ΕΛΣΤΑΤ

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Παρατίθεται παρακάτω η επιστολή (μεταφρασμένη στα Ελληνικά από τον Αλέξανδρο Κυριακίδη – μπορείτε να βρείτε εδώ την αρχική Αγγλική έκδοση στην οποία συντάχθηκε η επιστολή)

EXCLUSIVE: The Letter Sent from the European Commission to the Greek Finance Minister for the ELSTAT Case

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Presented below is the letter sent to the Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos (Carbon Copied also to the Chair of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem)

Πότε μία χώρα “βγαίνει από το Μνημόνιο” ΕΕ-ΔΝΤ?

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Ως εκ τούτου, είναι πολύ σαφές ότι η Κύπρος είναι μακριά από την πραγματική έξοδο της από το πρόγραμμα οικονομικής βοήθειας ΕΕ-ΔΝΤ. Η Κύπρος είναι σε θέση να εξασφαλίσει οικονομικούς πόρους από τις αγορές, αλλά η επιτήρηση και αξιολόγηση των πολιτικών, ήτοι, επί της ουσίας το Μνημόνιο, θα παραμείνουν τουλάχιστον μέχρι το 2029 για την […]

When does a Eurozone Member State actually exit its EU-IMF bailout?

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While Cyprus is able to procure financial resources on its own, policy conditionality and monitoring is still in place, and will be for a substantial amount of time. The EU’s PPS will last at least until 2029, i.e. 13 years from now, while the IMF’s PPM will last until Cyprus has repaid more than €820 […]

Democracy and Eurozone structural adjustment programmes

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The truth is that the legal basis underpinning the arrangements for more EP participation in the Eurozone’s structural adjustment programs is rather thin and, hence, the presented democratic improvement is somewhat limited.

Democracy without Solidarity

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The collapse of solidarity in Europe is threatening to break the union into pieces.  If Europe’s politicians don’t start focusing their attention on coming up with an argument to explain how Europeans are all in this together, why they need to work with one-another, and where this great project is going, then they will have […]

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