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The eurozone will pay the price for its treatment of Cyprus.
Russia wants a seat at the table that Europe isn't ready to give.
The invisible line was crossed when the Europeans contemplated not protecting small bank accounts.
The tiny Mediterranean nation is an unlikely but dangerous powder keg.
Levying a tax on small savers does not exactly breed confidence in banking systems.
Italy must decide it's time to be a more responsible member of the European Union.
Unless Paris is able to attract new industry, create a more dynamic job market and increase global competitiveness, it could become the next European economic basket case.
Three strategies that could turn around the Greek economy and increase employment.
LONDON (AP) — Another month, another record unemployment rate for the economy of the 17 European Union countries that use the euro.
BRUSSELS (AP) — European finance ministers inched toward strengthening their banking sectors and the management of their economies at a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, but put off decisions on comprehensive solutions to the region's financial crisis.