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Why Lufthansa Is Not “Above All Else”

Lufthansa proves the dangers of forgetting about the Trojan Horse, and the dangers from within, causing all airlines to change the safety procedures on all airliners.

A “Soft Grexit” Remains a Possibility

The exit of Greece from the euro zone remains a possible alternative solution.

The PD Battle Does Not Concern the Economy

RAI has set in to motion another battle within the Democratic Party. This is after numerous other internal battles have plagued the left.

A Return to Values: The Best Way to Beat the Crisis

If we want the future to be better than our recent past, businesses and their owners cannot simply behave as producers of goods, services and wealth; they must be promoters of social values and active agents of common good.

QE Not Enough: Without Reforms Italy Goes Back To Field Zero

An analysis of eight key points that Mario Draghi clarified before the joint finance, budget and EU policy parliamentary commissions.

The Economy Needs a (Decisive) Push from Savings

With a considerable reserve of savings, Italy must figure out a way to tap in to these savings in a meaningful way.

Pension Funds and “Casse,” The Lost Opportunity

An analysis of the cases system and its harsh penalization.

Rewarding the Whistleblowers

The war on corruption has finally become real: in the form of new laws and regulation. Yet, in order to be credible in this action, the state must start ‘cleaning house’ from the top management of the companies it owns.

Let’s Not Forget the Local Dimension

With Italy’s upcoming consolidation of the credit system on the way, regional banks must closely watched.

If the ECB forgets the Juncker Plan

The liquidity injection program just inaugurated by the European Central Bank cannot replace structural reforms and/or a revision of general Union rules.

The Lesson of Paris and Madrid

The recent victories in Spain by the socialists may be a sign that the euro-skeptics are loosing some political footing in Europe.

The Greek Anomaly and the Plastic Directorate

Yesterday’s rescue of Greece is yet another sign of a fractured euro area—one that is too dependent on tiered nations.

Politics and Dignity

Maurizio Lupi’s resignation is emblematic of a key problem facing Italy’s media saturated political landscape.

Alice In the Wonderland of Negative Rates

Due to the fairly tame recovery, the global economy must take a risky trip through interest rates.

A War Against the West

The aura of hope that came out of Tunisia in 2013 has passed. It must now confront the realities of a struggling economy.

A Crack Runs Through Europe: From Frankfurt to Athens

Greece cannot remain in the euro system unless Europe goes the extra mile to help. In other words, what was mostly an economic problem has basically turned into a political one.

Yellen’s Narrow Path

With the Federal Reserve poised to raise interest rates, normal monetary policy may be on the horizon.

Jihad’s Great Reservoir

Despite its reputation as a country of post Arab Spring hope, Tunisia may be on its way to becoming a hotbed for jihadis.

Lupi’s Mistakes, Among Too Many Laws, and Works to Be Done

The latest scandal involving public works may not be surprising to many Italians, but it confirms how the complexity of the laws and the opacity of the system basically grants bureaucrats absolute power over pubic affairs and ultimately taxpayers’ money.

Italy and Germany Join the Chinese Infrastructure Bank

After several Nations joined the AIIB in the hopes of progressive nation development, the United States’s reacted to the news harshly.

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The Economists

The Wrong Growth Strategy for Japan

CAMBRIDGE – Japan’s new government, led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, could be about to shoot itself in the foot. Seeking to boost economic growth, the authorities may soon destroy their one ...

China’s Antifragile Ambitions

HONG KONG – China has once again reached a crossroads on its journey toward inclusive, sustainable prosperity. At the Chinese Communist Party’s congress in November, the new leadership was ...