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Education Minister Annette Schavan has reacted angrily to accusations from the University of Düsseldorf that she plagiarised her doctoral thesis, which she wrote in 1980. “I won’t accept that,” she said. Schavan said she would make a statement on the accusations … Continue reading
By:John_Mauldin I have contended for some time that Europe is faced with two choices: Disaster A, which is the break-up of the eurozone, or Disaster B, which is the creation of a fiscal union, which keeps the euro more or less intact. Over … Continue reading
by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev Today’s meeting between Sarkozy and Merkel is being framed in the context of continued pressures across the euro area (see report on the meeting here). More ominously – within the context of the euro area leadership … Continue reading
How long will we have to wait for the return of the Irish Punt? I hear the Irish Government is currently printing Punts! Continue reading
sent in to us by Chris : Greece Considers Exit from Euro Zone By Christian Reiermann A protest against austerity measures in Athens. Greece is considering leaving the euro zone, according to sources in the German government. The debt … Continue reading
All this has happened on Obama’s watch and I for one do not welcome him to our country. Murder is murder no matter who is committing it whether it’s Gaddafi in Libya or Obama in Afghanistan we must stand up … Continue reading
Friday, March 04, 2011 – by Staff Report Barry Eichengreen The European Union is hoping that aid to Greece and Ireland combined with closer economic policy coordination will be enough to put an end … Continue reading
Spiegel interviews Barry Eichengreen: ‘Europe’s Banks Are in Far Greater Danger Than People Realize’, by Barry Eichengreen, Spiegel: The European Union is hoping that aid to Greece and Ireland combined with closer economic policy coordination will be enough to put … Continue reading
Posted by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev This was made public late last night and has serious implications for the Irish banks. If you recall, last summer the EU conducted a similar exercise that resulted in a complete failure to: Identify the … Continue reading
source http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/jul/25/afghanistan-war-logs-military-leaks http://thestory.ie/author/markcough/ The war logs reveal civilian killings by coalition forces, secret efforts to eliminate Taliban and al-Qaida leaders, and discuss the involvement of Iran and Pakistan in supporting insurgents. Photograph: Max Whittaker/Corbis A huge cache of secret US … Continue reading