How hunger could topple regimes.
“When the history of the global banking crisis is finally written, the failure of the European Central Bank to prepare the ground for rate cuts in early 2008 will rank as a policy blunder of the first order,” says Damian Reece at The Telegraph.
The recession may not be as severe as many fear, but the recovery could take longerand that is dangerous.
The demise of the Euro: Tensions between inflation-obsessed Germany and growth-hungry Latin countries will spell its end.
And lastly, the U.S. electoral system explained.