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A Greek tragedy

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By Gulf News

  The European single currency, launched in 1999, was intended to bring the continent closer together. It has in reality caused keen divisions and enmities. These were exemplified in the visit of Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, to Greece.

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German study belittles optimism over Greek recovery

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By EurActiv

For the first time in four years, Greece has acquired fresh money from the bond market. But amid explosive demand, and euphoria among investors, a study released by a research centre in Freiburg warns of premature optimism. EurActiv Germany reports.

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Celebrating the debris of Greek democracy

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Greece's recent return to the bond markets does not indicate real economic, political or social recovery.

By Matthaios Tsimitakis, Al Jazeera

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The Red Line and the Rat Line

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Seymour M. Hersh on Obama, Erdoğan and the Syrian rebels

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Fresh Thinking Needed on Cyprus

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By Hugh Pope, Scott Malcomson, Transatlantic Academy, International Crisis Group

A new round of talks has begun in Cyprus and the key parties seem eager to reach a settlement. However, the official goal — a bizonal, bicommunal federation — has stymied negotiators for decades. It is possible that the time has come to consider a mutually agreed separation, within the European Union, of the Greek and Turkish parts of the island.