Lunchtime list for May 26th

Here are the articles and web pages the Talk Issues team recommend today: The collapse of the euro would open the door to democracy – Lots of euro stuff recently, much from a technical perspective, so here's a counterbalance in a traditional UK-Eurosceptic article from Simon Heffer. His thesis: that the end of the Euro, […]

Chatham House boss: debate was foreign policy lite

The Economist‘s Europe writer, David Rennie (Charlemagne), has a great round-up of last night’s debate from a foreign-policy perspective. The main theme of it is that foreign policy wasn’t really properly discussed, and that’s hard to argue with. He quotes an email this morning from Robin Niblett, the head of Chatham House (famed foreign policy […]