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.
The ECB’s Stimulus Buys Time. Will Europe Take Advantage of It?
January 27, 2015, David Wessel
David Wessel explains the European Central Bank's recent foray into quantitative easing, saying that this type of monetary policy alone cannot make an economy grow faster over time, but it can buy time for politicians to do what needs to be done.
The Euro Crisis
U.S. Foreign Policy
January 27, 2015
January 26, 2015, Douglas J. Elliott
Anatomy of a Dream
2015, Carlo Bastasin
January 23, 2015, Daniel V. Speckhard
January 21, 2015, Steven Pifer
January 20, 2015
Opinion | Real Clear Markets
January 15, 2015, Douglas J. Elliott
January 12, 2015, David Wessel
January 9, 2015, Norman Eisen
Paper | Wilson Center and the Istanbul Policy Center
January 2015, Kemal Kirişci
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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
Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy
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