Thursday, 2 December , 2021

SYRIZA

SYRIZA, The IMF And The EU: Gambling With The Future Of...

by Costas Lapavitsas and Daniel Munevar The latest flare up regarding Greece has followed publication by Wikileaks of illegally taped discussions among IMF officials. To...

A letter from Athens

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) Greece remains one of the most important places on earth. Not because of the country per se, but because it is...

THE GREEK TRAGEDY AND THE ONE-WAY CATHARSIS

By Maria Negreponti-Delivanis*                                       Introduction The situation of the Greek economy and society, six years after the enforcement of the Memoranda appears hopeless. It was clear...

The Greek Left Tradition and SYRIZA: From “Subversion” to the new...

In July 2015, the SYRIZA leadership signed the Third Memorandum with Creditors. By doing it, it violated the legally bounding verdict of the referendum...

Germany rings the bell

The results of the German regional elections represent a serious setback for Angela Merkel, but also a defeat for the German Left. The rightist Alternative for Germany...

Corbyn, Brexit and the politics of the radical left

Τhe election of Jeremy Corbyn as head of the British Labour Party has confirmed the existence now of a deep movement of "radicalism" inside...

Syriza’s Foreign Policy

By Sotiris Dimopoulos Following Syriza's election victory, a year ago, some Western leaders and media pundits began to speak of the party’s dangerous foreign policy...

Greek Summer Crisis: Geopolitical Winners and Losers

“It’s barbarism. I see it coming masqueraded under lawless alliances and predetermined enslavements. It may not be about Hitler's furnaces, but about the methodical...

History Doesn’t Go In a Straight Line

by Noam Chomsky Noam Chomsky on Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn, and the potential for ordinary people to make radical change. Throughout his illustrious career, one of...

Greek Elections: January and September 2015

by James Petras Introduction: Eight months will have passed since the election of Syriza on January 25 up to the snap elections in September. During that...