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Independent Online

Politics and language: Greece vs EU
Independent Online
Athens - Suicide, blackmail and lies - EU leaders have accused Greece of a litany of sins since months of fruitless talks on a debt deal hit the wall, often in surprisingly undiplomatic language. While this criticism reflects frustration with the ...
The Greek crisis and an imperfect EUThe Hindu
Europe's Real Existential CrisisRealClearPolitics
Greece crisis: a failure of economics in the face of politicsChannel 4 News (blog)
Scroll.in -Telegraph.co.uk (blog) -Politico
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The Guardian (blog)

Cameron's statement to MPs on Tunisia attack and EU summit - Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
As the eurozone integrates further, the EU has got to be flexible enough to make sure the interests of both those inside and outside the eurozone are fairly balanced. Put simply, the single currency is not for all but the single market and the European ...

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BBC News

Politics trumps economics in Greek debt crisis
BBC News
Prime Minister Tsipras raged at Europe and its leadership, accusing them of being autocratic and anti-democratic. This, the same day that headlines here and across the world screamed of Mr Tsipras's "complete capitulation" to his creditors' demands ...
Juncker: Greek No would be rejection of EuropeEUobserver
British politicians should not use Greece to score cheap points about the EUTelegraph.co.uk (blog)
The politics of debt reliefPolitico
Irish Times
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The Guardian

Boris Johnson warms to idea of voting no in EU referendum
The Guardian
Cameron thinks the measures he wants will have to be embedded in a new treaty, but he is prepared to hold the referendum provided he has an assurance that treaty change – normally a long and complex process in EU politics – will take place in the ...

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Why Is It So Hard for the European Union to Act Like a Federal Body?
Huffington Post
Weeks during which the adoption of the measure that all of the EU's political leaders knew would have to be taken was postponed again and again: the famous "whatever it takes" of Mario Draghi, who ended the speculation in the sovereign debt markets ...

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BBC News

David Cameron says Britons won't accept 'rigid' EU
BBC News
British voters will not accept a "rigid" EU that cannot handle the Greek crisis and the UK's demands for reform, David Cameron said. The PM said the union "would not work" if it could not show "flexibility". Mr Cameron was speaking after formally ...

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Express.co.uk

Drowning Boat People and the Nervous Breakdown of EU Politics
Carnegie Europe
Despite the many potentially existential crises in and around Europe—the war in Ukraine, Brexit, Grexit, and the eurozone crisis—there is relative calm on the political front in the European Union these days. Or so one would think. Because there is ...
EU must do more to send Med migrants back to their own countries, urges ...Express.co.uk

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DefenseNews.com

Politics Delays EU Anti-Human Trafficking Ops
DefenseNews.com
ROME — Europe has announced an impressive array of ships, submarines and drones it plans to send up against people traffickers in Libya, but its fleet may yet be restricted to a mere surveillance role as it awaits the political green light to act. The ...

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Ahram Online

We will stand by Egypt in fight against terrorism, says EU
Ahram Online
The European Union (EU) spokesperson said the EU would support the Egyptian government in its fight against terrorism after Monday's car bomb attack in Cairo which killed the country's prosecutor-general Hisham Barakat, in a statement on Monday ...

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Financial Post

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras learning EU's No. 1 rule: Don't mess with ...
Financial Post
The support of Merkel, politically secure in her 10th year leading Europe's largest economy, is essential for debtor governments. Tsipras upended talks with his creditors last week calling a referendum on German-inspired austerity, a decision that left ...

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