Tag Archives: Greece debt crisis

The Eurozone After Greece: Spain Vs. France

How do the EU’s third- and fifth-largest economies compare with regard to reform readiness?

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The IMF Goes Varoufakis? Please Don’t!

Message to Washington: Debt relief for Greece is a big fat red herring.

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Tsipras and Putin: Does Greece Have a Russia Option?

Getting closer to Moscow runs counter to Greece’s economic interests.

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The Failure of Politics: Merkel’s Euro Debacle?

On the costs of the illusion that the Euro would only bring benefits.

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Tsipras Triumphs Over Infantile Leftism and Conservative Economism

Why are 36, 60 and 80 key figures to keep in mind when analyzing the Greek situation?

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Greece’s Broad Pro-European Alliance

Alexis Tsipras is now at the mercy of the pro-European opposition. Can this alliance hold?

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Greece: France or Germany — Who Really Dunnit?

Germans are getting a bum rap over the Greek crisis. France’s role is more problematic.

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Europe’s False Hope Moment?

Even if there is a deal with Greece, it may very well not last.

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Targeted Debt Relief: Humanitarian Action Plan for Greece

A Social Solidarity Program focused on Greece’s poor is a deal Germany may suggest.

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Greece’s New-Found Love of Ireland’s Sinn Fein

Why the Syriza government will stay its go-it-alone course.

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