Monday, 1 September 2008

Today's Links : 1st September (en)

Putin energy threat to Europe. Damien McElroy and Bruno Waterfield, The Telegraph (en)
French socialists in disarray. Henry Samuel, The Telegraph (en)
Russia isolated as allies withhold support. Anne Penketh, The Independent (en)
Threat to Poland’s energy prices. Adam Easton and Fiona Harvey, The FT (en)
EU leaders to unite in opposing Russia. Tony Barber, Isabel Gorst in Tbilisi and Jimmy Burns, The FT (en)
Russia anounces ‘spheres of interest’ . Charles Clover, The FT (en)
ECB likely to hold interest rates steady. Ralph Atkins, The FT (en)
Hungary premier weakened after budget veto. Thomas Escritt, The FT (en)
EU must be firm on Russia. Editorial, The FT (en)
The wrong time to demand a cut in interest rates. Wolfgang Münchau, The FT (en)
Pound likely to continue fall. Peter Garnham, The FT (en)
Russia Claims Its Sphere of Influence in the World. Andrew E Kramer, The NYT (en)
Across France, Pessimism Clouds a Time for Renewal. Steeve Erlanger, The NYT (en)
Butter, Not Russian Guns, Worries Merkel’s District. Nicholas Kulish, The Stralsund Journal, The NYT (en)
"This country and its chancellor, Angela Merkel, stand at the very center of the European response to Russia’s occupation of Georgian territory. Yet here in her parliamentary district on the Baltic coast, many say problems in the Caucasus are a distant concern, if they believe it concerns them at all..."

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