Category: Trade Agreements

Boris Kagarlitsky: Tsipras and the Vampires

The actions of the Troika seem far less absurd if we reflect that the billions of euros intended to “save Greece” never reached that ill-fated country but were deposited immediately in German and French banks

Theodoros Karyotis: Our responsibility to vote ‘NO’ in the Greek referendum

A yes vote would entail a major setback for popular struggles; a NO vote, by contrast, would open up radical new horizons for the grassroots movement

Mark Weisbrot: Are European authorities trying to force regime change in Greece?

The European authorities are offering no future to Greece – no light at the end of the tunnel, especially for the 60 percent of young people who are already unemployed

Vijay Prashad: What if Greece were in the ‘Third World’?

It is only because the crisis-hit nation is an EU member that it is being given a choice in the imposition of the neo-liberal economic agenda

Yiannis Bournous: A Message of Solidarity And Hope From Greece”

Yiannis Bournous, member of the Political Secretariat of Syriza was invited by Alternatives to its Festival of Solidarity held in Montreal on June 13, 2015. This speech has been transcribed by Jennifer Geleff, contributer to the Alternatives International Journal Some of you know many aspects of the consequences of the barbaric neoliberal austerity policies that Read more…

Dimitris Konstantakopoulos: The Significance Of A Greek “No” In The National Referendum

In this country where we live today, on the very soil we tread, the «ideologist» of the Athenian Republic, Protagoras, proclaimed «Man is the measure of all things», for the first time in the history of humanity. The Greek people, at one of the most critical and dramatic crossroads of a history going back several Read more…

Noam Chomsky: Greece Faces “Savage Response” For Taking on Austerity “Class War”

Interview on Europe’s “savage response” to the pushback against austerity demands

Giannakopoulos Georgios: The Restoration of Dignity

Now more than ever, the Greek people are in need of support and solidarity in every form

Leonidas Oikonomakis: No more ‘Yes to all’: time for a proud and dignified ‘NO!’

Finally, the Greek people will be able to say a dignified ‘NO!’ to austerity. We owe it to those who suffered, those who migrated — and those who died

Paul Krugman: Greece Over the Brink

This isn’t about analysis, it’s about power — the power of the creditors to pull the plug on the Greek economy, which persists as long as euro exit is considered unthinkable

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