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J. Luis Martin

J. Luis Martin

Contributor since: 10 Sep 2012

Biography

J. Luis Martin is an International Relations analyst and business development consultant based in Spain.

  • Washington's European Cliff

    Published 06 November 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Although the eurozone crisis did not make it into the US presidential debate on foreign policy in October, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner did remark earlier…

  • As The Euro Tumbles, Spaniards Look To Gold

    Published 10 September 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The unremitting deterioration of the eurozone's sovereign debt landscape continues to fuel uncertainties about the longevity of the euro as a strong currency. Such uncertainties…