We are Tom Nuttall and Philip Coggan. We cover European politics and economics for The Economist, most recently focusing on the Greek crisis. AUA!
UPDATE: Thanks all for all the great questions. We're signing off now. Sorry if we weren't able to get to your question but this is a crisis that isn't going away soon, so we may be back here again in the future.
I write the Charlemagne column for the Economist, covering European politics and economics for the newspaper from Brussels and around Europe, and have lately focused on the Greek crisis. Phil (/u/PhilipCoggan) is an award-winning business journalist, our Buttonwood columnist and capital markets editor.
All of our Greek coverage, including reports on yesterday's referendum, is gathered at http://www.economist.com/greekcrisis. Our cover leader (free to read) in the current issue explains why we think the crisis will resonate throughout the European Union. The accompanying briefing, reported from Athens, Berlin and Brussels, digs into the story, examining the politics of the referendum, the euro zone's response and Greece's dangerously weak banks. My most recent column explains how the EU has struggled to cope with a Greek government fundamentally opposed to the traditional European way of doing business.