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If Europe’s institutions remain unanswerable to its citizens, Greece will be the beginning of the end

Greece may be financially bankrupt, but the troika is politically bankrupt. Those who persecute this nation wield illegitimate, undemocratic powers, powers of the kind now afflicting us all. Consider the International Monetary Fund. The distribution of power here was perfectly stitched up: IMF decisions require an 85% majority, and the

The Greeks are correct: Brussels' denial that this is an ideological question is ideology at its purest - and symptomatic of our whole political process.

The unexpectedly strong No in the Greek referendum was a historical vote, cast in a desperate situation. In my work I often use the well-known joke from the last decade of the Soviet Union about Rabinovitch, a Jew who wants to emigrate. The bureaucrat at the emigration office asks him why, and Rabinovitch answers: “There are

Many top English-speaking economists are either alarmed or aghast over Europe's handling of the crisis in Greece. Several Nobel Prize winners say it has been exacerbated, time and again, by an unnecessarily rigid

Του ΓΙΑΝΝΗ ΝΤΑΣΚΑ

«Για να μπει η Ελλάδα σε δρόμο οριστικής οικονομικής ανάκαμψης πρέπει να αλλάξει το ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΟΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΚΟ ΤΗΣ ΣΥΣΤΗΜΑ». Τα λόγια αυτά είναι του Οικονομικού επιτρόπου της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης και έρχονται στην πιο καίρια στιγμή των πολύμηνων διαπραγματεύσεων μεταξύ Ελλάδας και ΓΑΛΛΟΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΚΟΥ ΑΞΟΝΑ.