Counting the Cost

The hospitality business: Adapting to survive

Greg Dogan, the CEO and president of Shangri-La Hotels, discusses the future of the hotel industry.

Opinion

The disunited states of Europe

Granting special powers back to member states essentially mean legitimising local nationalisms.

Andrea Mammone

by Andrea Mammone

Andrea Mammone

Counting the Cost

US 2016: How much does the economy matter?

A look at present economic woes and the future direction the country will take under whoever wins the White House.

Opinion

A happy new year for Europe?

A year or two from now, the EU will look very different.

Carl Bildt

by Carl Bildt

Carl Bildt

Opinion

European Monetary Union: What manner of a union?

The eurozone is fit only for strong and highly competitive economies, not for the likes of Greece, Portugal and Spain.

C J Polychroniou

by C J Polychroniou

C J Polychroniou

In the Field

Greeks: How did we lose our way?

In the heart of Athens everyday Greeks show us how they face the hardship and constraints brought on by the crisis.

Politics

Greece says new bailout agreement secured

Greek finance minister says minor details left pending in talks with lenders.

Greece says new bailout agreement secured

Opinion

Anti-austerity: A political revolution

As austerity punishes and pauperises more people, the counter-arguments to it are becoming more mainstream.

Rachel Shabi

by Rachel Shabi

Rachel Shabi

Opinion

Romania's white knight: The EU

The narrative that the European Union disrespects democracy is a fallacy.

Remi Piet

by Remi Piet

Remi Piet

Politics

Can Syriza survive austerity?

Newly approved austerity measures lead to Syriza defections, jeopardising Tsipras' position.

Can Syriza survive austerity?

Opinion

The bailout deal: A true Greek tragedy

The eurozone crisis has revealed profoundly different national narratives and a striking European democratic deficit.

Jan Douwe Keulen

by Jan Douwe Keulen

Jan Douwe Keulen

Business & Economy

Greece bailout deal sparks domestic opposition

Greek junior coalition partner says it cannot back agreement with EU, as civil servants' union calls for 24-hour strike.

Politics

EU cancels summit in attempt to stop 'Grexit'

Full summit of EU leader to decide Greece's fate in eurozone scrapped to let finance ministers reach bailout deal.

Politics

EU demands 'Greece do more' for debt bailout

Talks with EU finance ministers wrap up, with ministers saying Greece must do more to prove it will honour its debts.

EU demands 'Greece do more' for debt bailout

Politics

Q&A with Italian PM: 'I think Sisi is a great leader'

In wide-ranging interview Matteo Renzi discusses Greece's future, the migrant crisis and the Egyptian president.

Q&A with Italian PM: 'I think Sisi is a great leader'