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Greece’s Next Move

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As  soon as the battle between Greece and its creditors ended, with the two sides agreeing to a four-month extension of Greece’s financial bailout, the battle over who had won began. 

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Greece should expect foreign intervention

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By David T. Rowlands, green Left

If history is any guide, it is reasonable to assume that Greece’s recently-elected left-wing SYRIZA government will be subjected to a foreign-backed destabilisation campaign and possible attempts to install a new right-wing authoritarian regime.

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Act 2 Commences

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David Kotok,seeking Alpha

Act 1 of the Greek tragedy came to an end this week, with Greece obtaining an interim four-month financing agreement in exchange for a lengthy, but somewhat vague list of reform commitments. After difficult negotiations, the Eurozone finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to approve the list of reforms that Greece had pledged to implement.

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German television documentary on the troika and Greece

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By Christoph Dreier, World Socialist web site

On February 24, the German television channel Arte broadcast the documentary Unchecked Power: The Troika by Arpad Bondy and Harald Schumann. Two years ago, the pair won the German television prize for a documentary made in a similar format, entitled State Secrets: Bank Bailout.

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Humiliated Greece eyes Byzantine pivot as crisis deepens

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Neither side holds the upper hand in the strategic game of chicken which could still see Greece forced out of the euro

By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph