Daily Archives: June 15, 2012

Greece: Sleepwalking to Calamity?

Posted on by Tony Connelly

By Tony Connelly, RTE News Europe Editor, Athens Will Greek voters sleepwalk into a potentially calamitous exit from the euro? Around the world central banks, investors, governments and economists are holding their breath. But in Greece a surreal fatalism infects … Continue reading

Eamon Gilmore at the helm of the OSCE

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

By Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent Ireland is at the helm of a major international organisation and the responsibility for directing policy for its 56 member states falls to Eamon Gilmore. For 2012, he holds the title of Chairperson-in-office of the … Continue reading