Bronwen Maddox

Prospect magazine

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Editor of Prospect, a monthly news magazine in London; Economics columnist, and former London Chief Foreign Commentator, for The Times of London and author of In Defense of America

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It's not just Greece any more but larger countries facing an economic crisis. If they can't pay their debts, the big fear is collapse of a major financial institution.

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It's not just Greece any more but larger countries facing an economic crisis. If they can't pay their debts, the big fear is collapse of a major financial institution.

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Americans are about to celebrate the Fourth of July at a time when America's international reputation has been in decline.

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Americans are about to celebrate the Fourth of July at a time when America's international reputation has been in decline.

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