Will Greece Recover from Its Debt Crisis?

February 02, 2019

In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to John Milios, a Greek economist and social scientist. Over the past decade, Greece has had a difficult time with a staggering debt crisis and financial stagnation. It began in 2010 just a few years after the global financial crisis and was...

Explaining the Rise of Populism

February 06, 2017

Populism is a crisis of entitlement, and higher interest rates will squeeze some countries more than others. Former Irish Prime Minister John Bruton explains. In December 2016, the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States raised interest rates. This was the first rate rise in almost 10 years....

The Cyprus Question is On the Table

January 24, 2017

The Treaty of Guarantee has complicated the Cyprus issue and should be scrapped. Since the end of 2016, there has been intense diplomacy over the Cyprus issue. The aim is to reach a new agreement by early 2017. The recent moves are part of a negotiating process that started in February 2014...