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War Of Nerves Marks Newest Round Of Greek Debt Talks
By Renee Maltezou and Francesco Guarascio, Reuters
ATHENS/BRUSSELS, July 28 (Reuters) - Conflicting statements and denials flew between Athens and Brussels on Tuesday in
A Dispatch From Athens
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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.
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Meet The Latest Rising Greek Political Star Who Says No To Austerity
By Danae Leivada, The Huffington Post
Zoe Konstantopoulou has twice rejected financial reforms proposed by the prime minister.
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Greek Debt Crisis Spotlights Syriza's Growing Pains
Tsipras may consider resignation if his party fails to secure enough votes for reforms this week
This Greek Bakery Has The Perfect Reaction To The Country's Debt Crisis
By Alexis Gaglias, HuffPost Greece
Customers at Kri Kri bakery can buy bread named after the villains of Greece's latest tragedy.
Greek Prime Minister Reshuffles Cabinet
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece's proposed bailout cleared further key hurdles Friday after German lawmakers overwhelmingly
Thankfully, We Voted 'No'!
Editor-At-Large, HuffPost Greece
Now that a cycle has run its course and it feels like a whole century has passed since the Sunday of the referendum, I dare ask the sacrilegious question: What would have possibly happened had we voted "YES"?
Greek Parliament Approves Austerity Bill
Greece's Parliament has approved an austerity bill demanded by bailout creditors, despite a significant level of dissent
Greek Protesters Clash With Police As Parliament Debates Austerity Bill
By Renee Maltezou and Angeliki Koutantou, Reuters
ATHENS, July 15 (Reuters) - Protesters threw petrol bombs at Greek police outside parliament in Athens on Wednesday as lawmakers
A Postcard From Greece: The Everyday Effects of Austerity on a Desperate Nation
David R. K. Adler
Rhodes Scholar at University of Oxford
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.
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The Real Reasons France's President Wanted To Keep Greece In Eurozone
Alexis Tsipras in the Heart of the State
Editor in Chief, HuffPost Greece
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.
Secret IMF Document: Greece Needs Far More Debt Relief
Why Debt Relief Won't Solve Greece's Problems
Edmund S. Phelps
2006 Nobel Laureate in Economics, director of the Center on Ca...
Greece will not get very far out of its present morass without coming to grips with how it got there. The country provides a textbook example of a flawed economic system.
Greek PM Faces Tough Battle To Get Bailout Deal Approved At Home
Live Updates On The Greek Debt Deal
France vs. Germany
Director of the Lauder Institute at the Wharton School
For France, European integration is a goal to be achieved regardless of the cost. For Germany, although European unity figures prominently on its agenda, the speed and depth of European integration must be analyzed pragmatically, weighing the benefits and the costs.
On The 'Greek Question'
Regional Governor of Attica; member of Syriza
The weakening of a country in this specific area and under these specific circumstances would constitute not just a failure but a choice with grave strategic consequences.
On The Street In Athens
If you would have expected that, after Sunday's clear vote in favor of the "NO," the two rallies should actually become one, you probably don't know us that well.
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