Wednesday, 22 May , 2024

Grexit

Lapavitsas, Varoufakis and the suffering of the Greek people

Kostas Lapavitsas is a Greek economist working in the SOAS, the British University specialized in the old "colonies". During the whole Greek crisis he...

Three articles on the 2015 Greek Crisis

The Greek Debt Crisis is Finally Over. Or Is It? By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 04.07.2018 Greece still exists, albeit decapitated, without leaders, forces, or intellectuals to articulate its...

Mera25 (Diem25), Yanis Varoufakis and their Coalition at the upcoming Greek...

By Dimitris Belantis, Dr. in Constitutional Law, former Member of the Central Committee of SYRIZA Looking back to the four years’ period  since the last national ...

The Elephant in the Room

Left Parties and the European Union by Asbjørn Wahl Dec 01, 2020 European left parties have, over the last couple of decades, become increasingly critical of political...

The Greek Debacle | By Perry Anderson

On the crisis in Greece and Syriza's failure to resist the eurozone. 07.23.2015 The Greek crisis has provoked a predictable mixture of indignation and self-satisfaction in...

Debate on Europe

By Ernesto Screpanti* Since the end of World War II, tribal rivalries and xenophobic sentiment in Europe have never been as strong as they...

The European Left and the Greek Tragedy

by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*)   The day Greek workers and employees went on general strike, protesting against a new barrage of so-called “reforms” imposed by the...

‘EU is particularly good at doing a terrible job’ – Yanis...

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has described the measures taken by the EU to settle the economic crisis in Greece as a “terrible...

The Case For Germany Leaving The Euro #Gexit

There can be no doubt that the German “stability-oriented” approach to European unity has failed dismally. It is high time for Europe to contemplate the option of a German exit from the Eurozone – #Gexit – since this might be the least damaging scenario for Europe to emerge from its euro trap and start afresh.

Looking for the exit

By Steffen Stierle  Peace, prosperity and democracy. For decades, these promises were used to win large majorities in favour of European integration, including the introduction...