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Germany, the Euro and the Euro Crisis

by Thiess Petersen   In a recent article, Alexander Reisenbichler and Kimberly J. Morgen argue that ‘Germany won the Euro Crisis’[i]. I doubt that any country can be the winner of a major economic crisis, especially if we are talking about an exporting nation. Of course Germany does benefit from some economic developments of the … Continue reading

UK takes first step to join extractive transparency initiative

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The United Kingdom has begun the process of becoming a member of a global initiative which aims to bring greater transparency and accountability to the oil, gas and mining sector. While the UK is generally considered neither resource-rich nor especially corrupt, the British government has taken the lead in pushing … Continue reading

La pace in Mozambico: la mediazione italiana

Chiara Continenza & Martina Gastaldello, 2013 1. Il Mozambico: il lungo inverno coloniale. Le prime testimonianze di insediamento portoghese in Mozambico risalgono al secolo XVI: la potenza commerciale e marittima lusitana mirava infatti a creare una serie di insediamenti sulle coste africane funzionali al controllo dei traffici verso l’India e l’Estremo Oriente. Nei secoli successivi … Continue reading