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Yanis Varoufakis is more than his clothes

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The Greek finance minister’s portrayal in the media relies on facile national stereotypes

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Do the right thing

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Which Greek politician will tell Greek voters the truth?

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The "red lines" of the Greek people

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Supporters of SYRIZA rally ahead of elections in Athens (Business Insider)Greece's future is at stake in discussions at the European Union (EU) summit in Riga, Latvia on May 21-22. The left-wing government led by SYRIZA will soon have to choose between repayments on Greece's international debts and paying public-sector wages and pensions after the policy of economic strangulation pursued by EU political and financial officials.

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On the streets of the failing Greek capital

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Greece’s financial crisis is also a human one. The government is unable not only to collect taxes and manage its debt, but also to assist those whom the crisis hit hardest.

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That Greek Deal Recedes; No Quickie From The IMF, No EU Deal Without The IMF

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By Tim Worstall, Forbes

It looks as if Greece’s problems over trying to reach a debt deal have just got rather worse. For we’ve the IMF and the Eurogroup operating as a pincer movement to tell the Greeks that they can’t have a quick deal. Meaning that the odds of their running out of cash to keep the bills paid before a comprehensive deal is reached have just gone up. Unless, of course, they decide to abandon their red lines and simply concede everything that the troika is demanding. Which is the point and purpose of the negotiating tactic of course.

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