It's not just about the will of the majority, said Yanis Varoufakis.
Most successful tax systems depend on one thing more than any other - clarity. For an economy reeling from the recent uncertainty
Germany in 2015 is a nation full of self-righteousness. The Greek crisis has produced in the country an unpleasant strain of chauvinism vis-à-vis other nations, rooted in the belief in our own exemplarity: We work harder. We're more successful. We're more frugal.
One thing is more important than anything else: Europe has passed a historical litmus test and has gotten back together again. In this we may find joy and the courage for later decisions.
QUITO -- No country -- including Greece -- should expect to be offered debt relief on a silver platter; relief must be earned and justified by real reforms that restore growth, to the benefit of both debtor and creditor. And yet, a corpse cannot carry out reforms. That is why debt relief and reforms must be offered together, not reforms "first" with some vague promises that debt relief will come in some unspecified amount at some unspecified time in the future (as some in Europe have said to Greece).
WASHINGTON -- In China, a military parade this year will commemorate not the triumph of communism, but, rather, the 70th
At that time, the city had new subway lines built and spent billions on ultramodern stadiums. Now, many of them are in ruins
The Greek Finance Minister and "the finger"... Who should you believe? German public television ARD? Their famous Host Günther Jauch? Bild newspaper? Or is it all just a big fake, as Varoufakis himself claims?
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