Given Guido Westerwelle's obtuse offerings in the same newspaper yesterday, the chances of this happening don't look good.
A blog on the political, economic and social causes and implications of the crisis in the Southern periphery of the Eurozone.
I'm a political scientist working on political parties and elections, social and economic policy and political corruption, with a particular focus on Italy and Spain. For more details on my work, see CV here, and LSE homepage here. For media or consultancy enquiries, please email J.R.Hopkin@lse.ac.uk.
Friday, November 18, 2011
Martin Wolf on Italy
A characteristically clear and articulate analysis from the FT's Martin Wolf: Europe must not allow Rome to burn. Wolf argues that Italy can survive the crisis, but only with strong support from outside, and that means Germany authorizing the ECB to backstop Italian debt.
Posted by Jonathan Hopkin at 12:56 AM