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Currency Tensions Betray an Obsolete Monetary System

By William Debost. Originally published on 2013/03/03 “Zero currency war. Okay? That’s very simple.” IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde was eager to appease journalists during her press briefing following the G20 meeting earlier this month. The prospect of a spiral of competitive… Continue Reading →

IMF warnings to threaten Serbia’s European future

By Styliani Kampani. Originally published on 2012/09/12 Serbia in the EU? The scenario sounds feasible: the foundations of the EU-Serbia relationship were laid back in 1997 with the Regional Approach (when the EU Council of Ministers established political and economic… Continue Reading →

A story of a renewal gone terribly wrong

Originally published on 2012/01/31 It is a twist of his­tory, the cruelest one ima­gin­able maybe, that a former Com­mun­ist dis­sid­ent would turn a demo­crat­ic­ally ruled coun­try into an author­it­arian regime. It is even more ironic if such a regime change should… Continue Reading →

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