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The Best Resources For Learning About The European Financial Crisis

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It doesn’t look like the European financial crisis is going to get solved anytime soon, so I thought it might be time for a related “The Best…” list.

You might also be interested in:

The Best Sites To Learn About The U.S. Financial Crisis

The Best Sites To Learn About The Recession

Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About The European Financial Crisis:

Interactive: An austere trip through Europe is from Al Jazeera and is extremely impressive.

Eurozone debt crisis: the key charts you need to understand what’s happening
is from The Guardian.

Polarised prospects is an interactive from The Economist.

It’s All Connected: An Overview of the Euro Crisis is a great interactive infographic from The New York Times.

The Crisis In Europe, Explained is from NPR.

Eurozone Crisis Explainer That Will Finally Make You Care is from The Huffington Post.

Here are some good, simple explanations from CBBC Newsround:

Guide: What’s going on with Greece?

Guide To The European Union

Guide To The Euro

And here’s a guide to the crisis using Legos and Buzz Lightyear:

Eurozone crisis: three years of pain is an interactive from The Guardian.

Europe’s Debt Crisis: No Relief on the Horizon is an interactive from The New York Times.

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