The Euro vs. the Politics of the Euro

Most expats have a love/hate relationship with the N.Y. Times, with the love consisting of that moment of eager anticipation upon seeing that the paper of record has deigned to cover one’s adoptive country, and the hate consisting of apoplectic exasperation at the trivial “color” pieces it generally runs or how far off the mark its more serious coverage is. Like drivers, the vast majority of whom rate themselves as above average, expats universally consider themselves more qualified than their local Times reporter. As if to put that notion to rest, the Times magazine ran not one, but two solid […]

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