ATHENS/BRUSSELS, July 28 (Reuters) - Conflicting statements and denials flew between Athens and Brussels on Tuesday in
For the past two weeks Greece has entered the climax of the Comedy of Errors - that is its six-year-old economic crisis. Banks have closed, referendums called, rallies and counter-rallies have been held, society divided and tales of conspiracies and Armageddon have become commonplace.
Zoe Konstantopoulou has twice rejected financial reforms proposed by the prime minister.
Tsipras may consider resignation if his party fails to secure enough votes for reforms this week
Customers at Kri Kri bakery can buy bread named after the villains of Greece's latest tragedy.
ATHENS, July 15 (Reuters) - Protesters threw petrol bombs at Greek police outside parliament in Athens on Wednesday as lawmakers
Recessions make ghosts--ghosts of industry past, ghosts of supermarkets past, ghosts of tenants and their dream condos past. And Greece, in the midst of an economic crisis worse than the Great Depression, is full of them.
Before the agreement between Greece and its creditors was even official, European centrists' leader Guy Verhofstadt paid
A strategically deficient fixation on revolutionary rhetoric and the simultaneous belief in a new universal "autonomy" of the state was defeated in the face of a reality that requires modern analytical and problem-solving tools as well as a new theory for the future.
The IMF study said the closure of Greek banks and imposition of capital controls on June 29 was "extracting a heavy toll