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Greece has two choices. And so do the creditors | Vassilis K. Fouskas and Constantine Dimoulas


(openDemocracy, 21 July 2015) After 13 July 2015, Syriza’s Greece and, for that matter, the creditors have two choices. Modernise the Greek state; or let Greece default and risk disintegration not just of EMU/EU but also Nato. Mitterand at the … Continue reading

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Requiem at an Empty Grave? Syriza’s Momentous Day | Leo Panitch


(Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 1139, July 12, 2015) Did those who are already raising Lenin from his tomb to render quick judgement on Syriza’s abject “world-historic defeat” (without saying much about what victory would look like or require) actually … Continue reading

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