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Negotiation – A Greek Tragedy? Part 2

Here is the second part of "A Greek Tragedy," from Michael Campbell, an experienced consultant whose area of specialism includes negotiation training. In Acts 1 and […]

Negotiation – A Greek Tragedy?

We're pleased to feature this guest post from Michael Campbell, an experienced consultant whose area of specialism includes negotiation training.  Yes, lots of people are […]

This Week’s Summary of Articles from Public Spend Matters Europe

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Here's a summary of our stories from around Europe on Public Spend Matters Europe this week. There’s a new article every day and many are attracting […]

Greece Surrenders – Basically External Bodies Will Run the Economy

Greece has surrendered to global finance and the forces of the European “project” and has agreed to give up national sovereignty, control over their own […]

This Week’s Summary of Articles from Public Spend Matters Europe

Time again for a roundup of the articles published on Public Spend Matters Europe (PSME) this week. Our public sector site is receiving more and more interest […]