Three years after the ramification of the latest amendment to the constitution of the European Union, the once promising union has been threatened by the euro crisis, as member states face rising debt and economic and social issues created by the austerity measures instituted to control it. Brookings experts examine the changes in the European Union and the implications for the United States.
Reuters/Alkis Konstantinidis - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras looks on before his speech at the ruling Syriza party central committee in Athens, February 28, 2015
Greece's big nowhere
April 17, 2015, Theodore Pelagidis
What's next for the Greek economy? Theodore Pelagidis writes from Athens that he sees two possible scenarios, and offers suggestions on what any agreement with creditors must include.
The Euro Crisis
U.S. Foreign Policy
April 17, 2015, Fred Dews
April 16, 2015
April 13, 2015, Ben S. Bernanke
Paper | Istituto Affari Internazionali
April 2015, Kemal Kirişci and Sinan Ekim
April 3, 2015, Ben S. Bernanke
Opinion | Affari Internazionali
April 3, 2015, Riccardo Alcaro
Opinion | Foreign Affairs
March 26, 2015, David Gordon and Thomas Wright
March 19, 2015, Wolfgang Fengler
March 17, 2015, Carlo Bastasin and Cesare Merlini
March 16, 2015, Martin Raiser
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From Exit to Recovery?
Michael Mitsopoulos and Theodore Pelagidis, June 13, 2014
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Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe, Project on International Order and Strategy
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe
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