Opinion

Opinion

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We asked somebody who voted NO in the Greek referendum to explain us his reasoning.

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Sunday night was a night of celebration for the majority of Greeks who rushed in the streets waving Greek flags and singing. It was...

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  The Greek people have voted, saying a resounding No to the terms of the bailout deal offered by their international creditors. What will this...

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After Greece's big fat NO to the latest bailout deal, an economist argues that there is a third way out of the Greek disaster, and towards job creation, prosperity and debt repayment.

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Opinion by Paul Taggart and Kai Oppermann, University of Sussex* Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is pushing ahead with plans to hold a referendum on the terms...

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Can a hypothetical Grexit decision adopted by the EU institutions be legally challenged by Greece in courts?

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As Greece's Syriza has been represented in the media as an irresponsible leftist government, it is important to unpack the seemingly common sense arguments against Syriza.

Greek Debt

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By Jagjit Chadha, University of Kent Greek citizens preparing to vote in a referendum have been implored by their coalition government to reject a deal with...

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  Opinion, by Phaedon Boukas There are reasons why the most glorious country of ancient times defaulted to the IMF and went bankrupt, becoming the economic pariah...

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On the first day of each month, Greeks greet each other with the salutation Kalo Mena, loosely translated as “Have a Good Month.” This first day of July 2015 promises to bring very little good for Greece.

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By André Broome, University of Warwick Greece missed the deadline on its €1.6 billion loan repayment due to the IMF June 30, becoming the first advanced economy...

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History can shed some light on the Greek drama. Before joining the euro, the Greece's government had previously implemented strict capital controls and transaction limitations.