Years of living large and putting off economic reforms are finally catching up with Brazil.
The Greek prime minister promises policy changes in order to qualify for continued financial support.
The Dutch and Germans worry that “easy money” will discourage less competitive countries from reforming.
European finance ministers allow France two more years to bring its deficit in line with the bloc’s fiscal rules.
Left and right are disputing relatively minor policies while neglecting Germany’s long-term prosperity.
All major rail routes from London to Scotland are now operated by the same companies.
Narendra Modi seeks to make good on his campaign promises to liberalize the economy and boost growth.
The European Commission calls for partnerships with Caspian Sea states to lessen dependence on Russia.
Greece’s latest promises underwhelm the IMF but European countries agree to extend its bailout anyway.
Greece backs down and agrees to comply with the conditions of its bailout in order to get more support.
Greece’s new government wants another loan from Europe but dump the bailout.
France’s president enacts economic reforms by executive order, bypassing his own Socialist Party.