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Why is Syriza still leading in Greek polls?

In light of Greece’s reluctant acceptance of the terms of a third bailout, satisfaction with the government’s performance is at an all-time low. So how come Syriza is still leading the

Economics Europe

Bailout backlash: Grexit still not off the table

As the Greek parliament votes to pass its latest bailout deal, does it risk further political backlash from the public, keeping a Grexit on the table? On July 13th,  after

Europe Politics

Greece and Europe enter uncharted waters

Greece has voted “No” to its international creditors’ bailout proposal, supporting the left-wing Syriza Government in a high-stakes referendum. The Sunday poll, in which Greece voted “No” to its international

Economics Europe

Opinion: Greece has fallen. Can it stand tall once again?

With a referendum coming this week, Greeks will decide whether to accept a bailout package that will keep Greece solvent and in the Eurozone. What went wrong, and how can

Economics International

Weak currencies do not boost exports, study finds

According to new data from the European Central Bank, and contrary to popular belief, weaker currencies do not boost exports, as many firms cannot react in time to take advantage

Economics Europe

The Grexit and danger of systemic risk

The risk of Grexit continues to loom over the Eurozone. While both sides face intense internal political pressures, Eurozone leaders are unlikely to gamble with the systemic risk of a

International Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

US Senate considers trade promotion authority for President Obama. G7 energy ministers meet to discuss Iran framework deal. Obama meets with the GCC to work on regional cooperation. EU finance ministers

Economics Europe

Ireland has limited lessons for Greece’s recovery

Despite being the poster child of post-crisis reform, Ireland’s economic policy only has limited usefulness in solving the Greece’s economic crisis.  In response to Greece’s more combative approach to its bailout

Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

Petrobras releases audited financials. EU prepares Google antitrust case. US Senate considers new legislation. Eurozone and Greece get ready for Riga meeting. Oil companies and associated government officials meet to

International Politics The Week Ahead

GRI’s Weekly Risk Outlook

Deadlines loom with Iran nuclear talks. China releases PMI data. U.S. prepares to release unemployment figures. Greece releases reform proposals. All in the Weekly Risk Outlook. Deadline for Iran nuclear