Whether Greece’s leftist parties like it or not, a great deal is at stake at the moment. The left’s all-or-nothing policy seems to be leaving it with nothing.
Paschos Mandravelis: November 14, 2011
The discussion about the possible formation of a "national unity government" is misleading of the major problems Greek people face.
Mottas: November 4, 2011
The conditions of the financial packages may be "unfair" and the foreign demands unreasonable, yet, the big question remains: Who is ultimately responsible for the deception, the lies, the inefficiencies, and the political leadership of the last several decades?
Athinaios: November 4, 2011
Greece may actually help the EU if she learns how to value and respect the advice of economic scientists.
Thomas Colignatus: November 4, 2011
With the world banking system heavily involved in the crisis many speculate that Greece will eventually default, spreading the crisis further into other European and world countries.
Ioannis Michaletos: October 29, 2011
It is alleged the Greek government artificially inflated its deficit figures just before the country's full-blown debt crisis
Daniel Proussalidis: May 23, 2012
The Greek people deserve to be told what they have subconsciously known all along and what their raging resistance to change confirms.
Vanessa Andris: October 6, 2011
The default of the people is a prerequisite for the ruling political and financial elites in order to keep the morally corrupted Capitalism alive.
Mottas: September 24, 2011
Greece is proving that Greeks and Greece can change.
Vanessa Andris: September 1, 2011
Several facts about the Greek economy that surprised me. For example, in 1980, Greece's public debt was merely 22% of GDP; by 1993, it was 98%. Revenues from tourism have dropped 28% since 2000...
Nikos Tsafos: September 1, 2011