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Jerome Roos

Jerome Roos is a postdoctoral researcher in political economy at the Department of Sociology of the University of Cambridge.

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The EU’s external borders are rapidly becoming untenable. Rather than resist, Europe should embrace its future as a continent of great diversity.
Whoever was behind the putsch, the anti-Gülenist purge that followed has been a long time in the making—and will clear the way for an even bigger coup.
Far from stemming the flow of refugees, ring-fencing Greece and excluding it from the Schengen area will spell the end of the EU as we know it.
The first weeks of 2016 may well be remembered as the beginning of a dramatic third phase in the global financial crisis.
The ideal of a liberal and unified Europe has been on its last legs for some time, but historians may remember 2015 as the year it finally gave way.
A likely interest rate hike could trigger tumultuous times.
Closing borders and blaming Muslim immigrants for the Paris attacks would give ISIS the “civilizational conflict” it craves.
Fueled by years of record-low interest rates, a new housing crisis is rearing its head from London to Los Angeles.
​Far more than regaining state power to exit the euro, the challenge for the Greek left is to build the social power that can sustain a radical rupture.
Why was Puerto Rico allowed to default while Greece was not? Just follow the money: those hit were the poor, while U.S. hedge funds profit once more.