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Greece’s PM Tsipras Votes in Referendum; Says ‘Greeks Open Path for Europe’

Surrounded by hundreds of NO supporters and international media, Greek Prime Minster Alexis Tsipras casted his ballot in a referendum that has divided Greece. The...

Greece Referendum: What Exactly Are Greeks Voting For Today?

After a deadlock in bailout negotiations, the Greek government is now asking Greek citizens to vote YES/NO on a take-it-or-leave-it bailout proposal by Greece’s...

The Real Question Being Asked in Greek Referendum

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...

Greek Referendum: Polls Open in Greece

Voters in Greece have started casting their ballots in a referendum to approve or reject a bailout proposal that has divided the country in...

Greece’s Possible Outcomes after Referendum Results: Infographic

The people of crisis-hit Greece will vote today YES or NO to the latest deal from the country’s creditors in a referendum that caused...

Can Greece Take the EU to Courts to Avoid Getting Booted Out of the...

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

Greek FinMin Varoufakis: Why We Recommend a NO in the Referendum

Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis explained why he recommends to the Greek people to vote NO on the upcoming referendum about Greece's deal with...

Greek PM Tsipras Sends Leter Accepting Creditors Terms with Five Revisions

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a letter late on Tuesday night ready to accept the conditions of a bailout proposed by Greece's creditors, according...

Thousands of Greeks Demonstrate Saying ‘Yes’ to Europe

Thousands of Greeks protested in front of the Greek Parliament asking to stay in the European Union and the euro. The mayors of Athens and...

Eurozone’s shared identity the final tragedy of the Greek crisis

By Wesley Widmaier*, Griffith University Economic policy is not a morality tale. The Greek tragedy is that the Europeans have treated the Greek crisis as a...

Eurogroup Concludes Meeting; Juncker Says Big Things Happening

The critical Eurogroup teleconference on Greece has ended. The finance ministers of the Eurozone decided to reject a call by Greek PM Tsipras to...

S&P Downgrades Greece to Junk: Grexit at 50% – Negative Outlook

Standard and Poors has downgraded Greece's credit rating to CCC- from CCC. The agency puts Greece into junk territory in sovereign credit ratings. Here's the rationale...

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