FAZ: Ο νέος υπουργός Οικονομικών της Ελλάδας "προκαλεί"

FAZ: Ο νέος υπουργός Οικονομικών της Ελλάδας "προκαλεί"

Across Europe, Syriza's victory was welcomed (and deplored) as a blow to austerity

Greece turns, Europe wobbles

Spain's Podemos inspired by Syriza's victory in Greek elections

Fintan O’Toole: Syriza’s way or Frankfurt’s way? There’s only one answer for Ireland

Greek main opposition party gains popularity as Greeks pessimistic about future

New Greek finance minister defies the stereotype

Economics professor Yanis Varoufakis influenced by Keynes - with traces of Marx

Anybody who does the Greek debt arithmetic (and it sometimes seems that in Berlin nobody actually does) knows that it cannot repay its external debts, now around 170% of GDP, without a level of pain that is simply beyond the tolerance of democratic societies. The leftwing party Syriza is no anomaly; it is telling the financial and political truth in the runup to Sunday’s elections, however unpleasant that may be to politicians in Berlin and Brussels.

Let Greece profit from German history

Jeffrey Sachs: As with Germany in the real issue is Greece’s need for debt relief, not whether it is deserved

Alexis Tsipras Ein Mann mit vielen Gesichtern

Alexis Tsipras Ein Mann mit vielen Gesichtern

Τι οδήγησε στη συντριπτική νίκη του ΣΥΡΙΖΑ και ποιες θα είναι οι προτεραιότητες της νέας κυβέρνησης; Συνέντευξη με τον γερμανό οικονομολόγο Γενς Μπάστιαν.

On Sunday January the ultra leftwing Syriza Party won Greece’s general election by a landslide.

Hugo Dixon: Grexit still unlikely after Syriza win

Hugo Dixon: Grexit still unlikely after Syriza win

Europe cannot agree to write off Greece’s debt

by Gideon Rachman Financial Times January 2015 Syriza have won the Greek election.

Wie soll die Europäische Währungsunion mit reformunwilligen Staaten umgehen?

Wie soll die Europäische Währungsunion mit reformunwilligen Staaten umgehen?

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