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
Approximately 50 percent of Greece's 800,000 illegal immigrants are unemployed and live on the thin line between bare survival, crime and assistance by charity agencies.
Ioannis Michaletos: August 31, 2011
Greece's crazy brand of leftism has convinced Greeks that there really is a world in which they can spend without paying taxes.
Paschos Mandravelis: June 30, 2011
The leaders of Germany and France represent now far more than their electorates, and responsibility is crucial.
Paris Karagounis: June 21, 2011
A quantum leap in the development of Greek youth, who with unrelenting numbers force politicians and rich tax evaders to face their victims.
Vanessa Andris: June 8, 2011