Who wins from David Cameron's veto - Britain or the EU?
British business is not happy and neither is America, but David Cameron has created some Christmas cheer for his Eurosceptic backbench MPs - writes Dean Carroll
The next EU summit - déjà vu or fireworks?
With meeting fatigue setting in, the jury is still out on whether this weekend's 'make or break' EU summit will be another damp squib - writes Dean Carroll
The price of Europe's dependence on China
Being awarded the status of a 'market economy' and lifting the arms embargo are just two of the demands from China that Europe might be forced to accept - warns Dean Carroll
Reducing carbon emissions post-Kyoto
In the run-up to the UN meeting on tackling climate change, in South Africa next week, there seems to be little hope of a new deal to replace Kyoto - writes Dean Carroll
Europe and the US 'inching towards war' with Iran
Western leaders and commentators are sounding increasingly hawkish over Iran and with a continuing diplomatic stalemate, military conflict seems inevitable - writes Dean Carroll
Frankfurt Group could lead to 'global government'
Elite groupings meeting in the shadows, without transparency or democracy, are not a legitimate way forward for those looking to lead us out of the eurozone crisis - writes Dean Carroll
Europe's leadership vacuum - history cannot help
Even lessons from the 1930s depression cannot aid politicians and officials in beating a path out of the eurozone crisis, so where do we go from here - asks Dean Carroll
Appeasing the markets - is it Europe's only goal?
As leaders continue to grapple with the crisis - the European concept, the global economy and - more importantly - our jobs, homes and civil society are at stake - writes Dean Carroll
From one debt bubble to another - Europe is running out of ideas
Following the transfer of debt from individuals to banks and then to sovereign states – the EFSF might be just another debt bubble ready to burst - warns Dean Carroll
Is talk of an 'Asian century' premature?
Despite China's huge economic power, are Europe and the United States still the key players on the world stage - asks Dean Carroll