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Reuters: Special Report: Inside Mario Draghi's euro rescue plan

Authors: Paul Carrel, Noah Barkin, and Annika Breidthardt

Reuters details the negotiations that led from ECB President Mario Draghi's late-July speech to his recent announcement that the ECB stood ready to buy "unlimited" amounts of bonds by the most troubled euro members.

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New Republic: What Happened to Europe?

Author: Amartya Sen

Amartya Sen writes: "Europe has been extraordinarily important for the world, which has learned so much from it. It can remain globally important by setting its own house in order--economically, politically, and socially. The first step is to understand properly, with some clarity, the policy challenges that Europe faces today. A failure to do so will reverberate far beyond Europe's own borders."

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Vox: Weighing the Pros and Cons of Corporate Tax Reform in the EU

Authors: Leon Bettendorf, Michael Devereux, Simon Loretz, and Albert van der Horst

The European Commission has launched proposals to radically reform corporate income tax in the EU with a system known as the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax base. This column in Vox suggests that this reform would have significant effects on individual member states, but only small effects at the aggregate level in terms of employment, GDP and efficiency.

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Must Read Author: Mary Elise Sarotte

For all the success of German reunification, it left behind fateful seeds that sprouted into the current eurozone crisis. To overcome the current downturn, Europe should finish the job started two decades ago and retrofit the European Union with stronger political institutions, writes Mary Elise Sarotte in Foreign Affairs.

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FP: Couples Retreat

Author: Mira Kamdar

Mira Kamdar, a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute and an award-winning author, analyzes the rocky relationship between French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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