Report: Troika Backs Down to Samaras, No Signatures Needed

Reversing itself after insisting that leaders of Greece’s new coalition government would have to sign[...]

The Protest of Nov. 17, 2011 Wasn’t About 1973

Clashes broke out between police and scores of hooded youths taking part in a march in central Athens[...]

Nov. 17: Get Ready for a Different Kind of Uprising

On Friday night, Nov. 16, 1973, police started facing off against protesters inside and outside the Athens[...]

Papademos Sworn In, New Coalition Government Faces Old Problems

ATHENS – Former European Central Bank Vice-President Lucas Papademos has been sworn in as the country’s interim Prime Minister, charged with keeping international aid...

Highly Respected Banker Lucas Papademos is Greece’s New PM

Lucas Papademos, a former deputy head of the European Central Bank, is a New Greek Prime Minister[...]

Greece’s Interim Leader? …. To Be Continued

ATHENS - After three days of political feuding that angered Greeks worried whether it would jeopardize international rescue loans, a new coalition government was...

A New Ancient Greek Drama a Long-Running Flop

The machinations between Prime Minister George Papandreou, a Socialist whose two years in office[...]

Papandreou to Step Down-New PM and Government to Be Announced Today

After backtracking numerous times and repeatdely sending out conflicting signals about[...]

Papandreou Survives Confidence Vote, Coalition Looms

ATHENS – After delivering the speech of his life with a plea for divided Greeks to rally round the flag and keep international aid coming, Prime Minister George Papandreou was given a vote of confidence[...]

Papandreou Scraps Bailout Referendum, Seeks Coalition Government

ATHENS – Faced with defections by his Finance Minister, Cabinet official and Members of Parliament of his ruling PASOK Socialist party, Prime Minister George Papandreou has quickly withdrawn his plans[...]

IN or OUT the Euro-zone? Referendum on Dec.4

CANNES, France -  French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel appeared together in front of the journalists and announced that the Greek referendum will take...

Papandreou’s Referendum Call Rattles Markets, Threatens Bailout

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s surprise announcement will ask voters to decide the fate of international bailout loans and his wobbly Administration through a...