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AP / Kostas Tsironis

Greek Unrest the Result of Suppressed Democracy

Denied a referendum on crippling austerity measures, Greeks demonstrated Sunday night that if they couldn’t express their opinions one way, then they would do it in another.

Posted on Feb 15, 2012 READ MORE



AP / Kostas Tsironis

Papandreou Prepares His Exit

After his ill-conceived eleventh-hour referendum idea fell through last week, the thread from which Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou was dangling effectively snapped. By Sunday, it was apparent that Papandreou was ready to accept defeat ... (more)

Posted on Nov 7, 2011 READ MORE


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‘Left, Right & Center’: Will Cain Survive? Will Obama Go Negative?

This week, a series of accusations about past indiscretions threatened to slow the Cain Train’s roll. Can GOP presidential contender Herman Cain ride it out? More important, can Greece emerge in one piece from its current economic catastrophe? (more)

Posted on Nov 4, 2011 READ MORE



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Greek PM: Never Mind the Referendum

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou appeared to be losing his grip on both his country and his job on Thursday, as reports circulated that he had scrapped his surprise call for a nationwide referendum on the bailout plan proposed by eurozone leaders ... (more) Updated

Posted on Nov 3, 2011 READ MORE



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Greek PM Rocks the Bailout Boat

Last week’s summit of European Union leaders to find an emergency solution, or at least a stopgap measure, for the region’s compounding economic crisis initially led to a brief bounce in the markets and a flash of hope. That was squelched by Tuesday with the news that Greek prime minister … (more)

Posted on Nov 1, 2011 READ MORE



AP / Giorgos Kontarinis / Eurokinissi

In Greece, ‘Fiscal Suicide’ Was Not an Option

Despite thousands of protesters’ fierce opposition to the PM’s austerity plan and with calls of “traitor” ringing in their ears, members of the Greek Parliament voted Wednesday in favor of economic solvency rather than popular opinion. (more)

Posted on Jun 29, 2011 READ MORE



AP / Petros Karadjias

Gridlock in Greece

So, time is running out for the Greek government to put a plan in place in the interest of avoiding complete economic catastrophe. Too bad Prime Minister George Papandreou’s austerity-tastic ideas are failing to win over the protesters ... (more)

Posted on Jun 28, 2011 READ MORE



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No Resolution Reached at Greek Austerity Summit

A group of Greek leaders fell short of reaching an agreement on Prime Minister George Papandreou’s austerity plan by week’s end, putting Greece on shaky ground in terms of the country’s chances of receiving more bailout funds from the IMF.

Posted on May 27, 2011 READ MORE


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