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10.11.2015.

NEW DIRECTION PRESENTS AN INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE CRITICAL TOWARDS THE EURO

Tomasz Poręba, President of New Direction:

I am delighted to present you with the first issue of New Direction’s flagship magazine. This first issue is devoted to the eurozone crisis. New Direction, a conservative think tank based in Brussels, endeavours to contribute to the current European debate on the great challenges facing the European Union. There can be little doubt that the European Project is at a crossroads. The ongoing eurozone crisis, Russian aggression in Ukraine and the current migration crisis, show that we are very far from any European version of the "End of History".

Since the day I was elected as chairman of New Direction, I have been faithful to the principle that what Europe needs most is an honest discussion based on facts, not ideology. The guest editor of this issue of New Direction's magazine is Hans-Olaf Henkel, former head of the German Federation of Industries.

 

 

Hans-Olaf Henkel, Vice-President of New Direction:

The eurozone crisis is among the greatest challenges facing the European Union. Many eurozone countries, especially those in Southern Europe, are saddled with unemployment comparable in scale to that during the worst days of the Great Depression of the 1930s. The very nature of the EU is being transformed: calls for a more centralized eurozone backed by a fiscal union feature centrally in the European political debate. The present euro-rescue policy continues to prove itself an unmitigated failure.

New Direction has invited leading economists and public intellectuals from a wide range of economic and political schools of thought—though all critical of the euro—to contribute essays assessing the eurozone crisis. It is time for an honest debate about the costs of the euro to take place in Europe, as its consequences impact non-euro countries, as well. New Direction is pleased to publish these essays, each of which combines clear, scholarly analysis with creative, courageous thinking—precisely the qualities which the European political discussion needs most.

 

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