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Australia's in no danger of entering "a European-style debt quagmire", despite the hysteria from surplus fetishists and the conservative commentariat.

Why Australia is not a ‘European-style debt quagmire’

Australia's in no danger of entering "a European-style debt quagmire", despite the hysteria from surplus fetishists and the conservative commentariat.

Warnings about "Eurovirus" are just the latest form of victimhood from the business lobby. Former Future Fund chairman David Murray's latest assault combines relevance deprivation syndrome, writes <b>Bernard Keane</b> and <b>Glenn Dyer</b>.

Eurovirus? More likely relevance deprivation syndrome

Warnings about "Eurovirus" are just the latest form of victimhood from the business lobby. Former Future Fund chairman David Murray's latest assault combines relevance deprivation syndrome, writes Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.

The whole world will be watching tonight's meeting of the European Central Bank on how serious it is about saving the eurozone.

Tonight: all eyes on Europe for ECB meeting

The whole world will be watching tonight's meeting of the European Central Bank on how serious it is about saving the eurozone.

The latest bailout deal for Greece still faces serious hurdles, and is based on some heroic assumptions. <b>Glenn Dyer</b> and <b>Bernard Keane</b> report.

Greece: a €130 billion exercise in make-believe

The latest bailout deal for Greece still faces serious hurdles, and is based on some heroic assumptions. Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane report.

The collapse of the Greek economy demonstrates the bizarre logic of austerity -- the harder you cut, the further you fall behind.

Greece, in freefall, demonstrates the perverse logic of austerity

The collapse of the Greek economy demonstrates the bizarre logic of austerity -- the harder you cut, the further you fall behind.

The austerity mindset is now so deeply entrenched in the eurozone that its leaders appear in profound denial.

Surreal moments from the axis of economic austerity

The austerity mindset is now so deeply entrenched in the eurozone that its leaders appear in profound denial.

Europe's already-inadequate efforts to ensure it can stabilise its economies has suffered another hit.

Eurogeddon Watch: honey I shrank the bazooka

Europe's already-inadequate efforts to ensure it can stabilise its economies has suffered another hit.

The deal brokered at last week's Brussels summit is unravelling as things go from bad to disastrous in Europe.

Steady drip of bad news as the Euro catastrophe unfolds

The deal brokered at last week's Brussels summit is unravelling as things go from bad to disastrous in Europe.

Europe's fiscal compact will address the next financial crisis, but leave the current one to get worse and worse. And the Brits have played themselves out of Europe.

UK-less Europe fights the next war — pity about the current one

Europe's fiscal compact will address the next financial crisis, but leave the current one to get worse and worse. And the Brits have played themselves out of Europe.

Expectations are low for tonight's make-or-break summit in Brussels. Europe might reform itself, but fail to address the immediate crisis it faces, write <b>Glenn Dyer</b> and <b>Bernard Keane</b>.

What not to expect from the euro summit: a solution

Expectations are low for tonight's make-or-break summit in Brussels. Europe might reform itself, but fail to address the immediate crisis it faces, write Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.

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