Schäuble is working hard to undermine the deal that attempts to keep Greece in the euro area. And his key argument is pure fiction.
Tag Archives: Greece
After The Greek No, What Next?
Here is a piece I wrote for Huffington Post on the implications of the Greek No vote.
From Greferendum To Grexit?
Some thoughts on what may happen after Greece’s referendum tomorrow.
ECB Decision Likely Means Greek Banks Stay Closed
Some comments on today’s ECB Governing Council decision to cap ELA for Greek banks.
The Grexit Mechanism: What It Means For The Future Of the Euro
A discussion of the mechanism that is potentially driving Greece out of the Eurozone and its implications for the future of the euro.
Greece, The Euro and Gunboat Diplomacy
Prior to Monday’s umpteenth “summit to beat all summits”, some context on how we arrived at the current situation in Greece.
The FT Lets Itself Down Again: Francesco Giavazzi on Greece
There seems to be a new brand of op-ed at the FT. Formerly respected academics write crazy things about the euro crisis, particularly Greece. Some thoughts on a particularly nutty piece on Greece by Francesco Giavazzi.
So What Did ECB Just Do To Greece?
The situation in Greece continues to tick over. An explanation of the ECB’s decision tonight to cut off various Greek assets from its eligible collateral list.
What’s Going On with Greece and the ECB?
It’s complicated. But it’s got nothing to do with technocratic ECB rules.
Sorry Olli, the IMF Were Being Nice About Europe’s Role in Greece
Olli Rehn thinks the IMF were being mean to the euro area’s leaders in last week’s report on the Greek programme. I don’t think so. Here‘s a post that lists many of the punches the IMF pulled.