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Greek defense minister chides Schaeuble over comments

Greece’s Defense Minister Panos Kammenos (photo) has accused German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble of exercising a form of “psychological warfare” on Greece through his repeated comments about the country.
eKathimerini: March 14, 2015

Athens moves to soothe fears of 'accidental' Greek exit from the euro

Greek prime minister insists on solidarity with Europe after Germany's finance minister warns of the possibility of a disorderly Grexit
The Telegraph: March 13, 2015

Language of Greek Crisis Shifts From Financial Jargon to Humiliation

Greece’s financial crisis has often been framed in the dry, impersonal language of finance.
New York Times: March 12, 2015

As Greek-German ties erode, Athens complains about Schaeuble 'insult'

Greece has accused German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble of insulting his Greek counterpart, the latest deterioration in a relationship badly strained by Berlin's tough line on Greece's debt woes.
Reuters: March 12, 2015

Stratoulis says Greece is not a 'protectorate,' attacks 'obsessive' Schaeuble

A leftist minister on Wednesday slammed Germany's “obsessive” Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble for allegedly treating Greece as a “protectorate” state.
eKathimerini: March 11, 2015

Greek and German bruisers limber up for 'rumble in the eurozone'

In one corner stands Wolfgang Schaeuble, the dry 72-year-old German Finance Minister and self-appointed guardian of the European Union's fiscal orthodoxy. And at the opposite end of Europe's austerity divide glowers former Communist Panagiotis Lafazanis, Greece's obdurate new energy and output minister.
Yahoo! News: March 6, 2015

Schaeuble: 'Greece needs to fulfil the terms of the agreement before further aid is granted'

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is sticking to his hard line on Greece, telling a German newspaper the onus was on the government in Athens to fulfill the conditions of its bailout program
March 4, 2015

Wolfgang Schaeuble: 'If Greece does not keep its commitments it will have to face the consequences'

erman Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told German TV station ZDF that what he is interested in is the commitments of the Greek side.
March 2, 2015

German finance chief softens tone, says Greece 'needs time'

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said Greece's new hard-left government needs "a bit of time" but is committed to implementing necessary reforms to resolve its debt crisis
The Business Insider: March 1, 2015

German lawmakers approve Greek bailout extension

Germany’s Parliament voted overwhelmingly Friday in favor of a four-month extension of Greece’s financial bailout program. The Bundestag voted 542-32 to back the extension, with 13 members abstaining.
February 27, 2015