Political pressures are rising again in Europe. This column argues that reactions in parliaments, central banks and on the street are well within the bounds of predictable reactions to hard times. These developments change nothing of significance in the calculus concerning the eventual success of the Eurozone crisis response.VOX
Protests, riots, rightists rage in Europe – but to no ill effect
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | Research Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Blood running in the streets? No big deal to those in the corner offices.