The Economist publishes an article on the progress made worldwide after the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

It posits an always interesting question: is it over yet? The discussion extends from the US, the home country where the collapse has taken place, discusses the consequences in emerging markets and raises concerns on the progress of Europe, pinpointing the inability of the leaders to handle the crisis effectively. It is noteworthy to mention its description of the EU leaders as “sleepwalking”…

The article concludes that the global landscape is far from safe…