Greece is in the spotlight as debates regarding its bailout continue. Its fate is in the hands of the IMF, the EU and upcoming elections in Europe.
The next review of the Greek bailout agreement will be pivotal for Syriza and the European Union. Participation of the IMF is at risk, and with it the prospect of debt relief for Athens.
Over the last six years of turmoil in Greece a discourse has concentrated on the essentially corrupt nature of the Greek state and the near impossibility of reform. Since 2010, Thessaloniki
On September 20th, Greeks voted in the latest general elections that were characterized by big questions on the economy and Europe. The results, though somewhat unexpected, point toward a fairly
After negotiating their latest bailout deal with European creditors, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his ruling Syriza party face major reelection challenges. By the end of July, Syriza had retained a comfortable
Despite a temporary agreement on July 13th between Greece and the Troika, new divisions for a lasting deal amongst creditors present another risk for Grexit. After seven months of uncertainty
After long and difficult negotiations, the SYRIZA-led government managed to reach an agreement with Greece’s creditors on a third bailout program. However, one of the main implications in Greece’s fluid