14.09.2012
European Dis-Union: Lessons of the Soviet Collapse

Europe’s crisis is being felt at multiple levels, from the future of the Eurozone and divisions between Member States to the rise of populist forces.

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29.08.2012
Greens in Government: an Alternative for Europe?

The French Greens (Europe Écologie Les Verts) are at a crucial point in their history.

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11.08.2012
Why Not Rescue the Banks Instead of Rescuing Spain?

Rather than focus on Spain’s overall public debt, is it smarter to look at a bailout tailored just for its banks? A leading German and Spanish Green politicians discuss the reality of this prospect.

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13.07.2012
Goodbye Germany?

The seemingly never ending Eurozone crisis has evolved into a start choice – does Europe take a leap forward into closer political union, or face a break-up of the single currency?

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22.06.2012
For Ireland, Is It London or Berlin?

Irish Green Party leader Eamon Ryan argues that a breakup of the Eurozone would offer no benefits to Ireland, and that the solution instead is to champion a strong, Green economy that ties Ireland ever closer to Europe.

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01.05.2012
Ireland and the EU – a relationship transformed by austerity

Ireland will vote on the European Union’s ‘Stability Treaty’ on May 31st, the only EU Member State to have a public vote on the treaty. The campaign will reignite a debate in Ireland about its relationship with the EU. For most of its time as a member of the EU, Ireland has perceived ‘Brussels’ as a positive player in Irish economic and social development. However, the economic implosion has raised awkward questions, and led to a re-evaluation of this relationship.

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27.03.2012
A Package to Fix the European Economy – Thoughts from Finland

The Finnish Greens outline 10 suggestions for fixing the European economy.

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01.03.2012
Editorial Project: greening the debate on the future of Europe

If they really want to take up the challenges that they will face in this century, Europeans need to develop a common public sphere where their differences can meet. By helping to build a green European public space, the Green European Journal aims to make a modest green contribution to this broader project.

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01.03.2012
For a more democratic Europe

In the short term, the crisis requires all our attention. But the political actors should not forget the structural defects of the monetary union.

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01.03.2012
What can Europe learn from Greece?

A German MP and a Greek MEP discuss with the GEJ how Green cooperation could provide the key to Greece’s future within the EU.

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