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Europe’s Attack on Greek Democracy by Joseph E. Joseph, Greek, Politics, Europe, Projects, Greek Language

Europe’s Attack on Greek Democracy | by Joseph E. Stiglitz - Project Syndicate

The rising crescendo of bickering and acrimony within Europe might seem to outsiders to be the inevitable result of the bitter endgame playing out between Greece and its creditors. In fact, European leaders are finally beginning to reveal the true nature of the ongoing debt dispute, and the answer is not pleasant.

Europe’s Last Act? by Joseph E. Cyprus News, Country Signs, Simple Minds, Mykonos, Hourglass, Carafe, Lava Lamp, Water Bottle, Table Lamp

Europe’s Last Act? | by Joseph E. Stiglitz - Project Syndicate

Greece has met its creditors’ demands far more than halfway. Yet Germany and Greece’s other creditors continue to demand that the country sign on to a program that has proven to be a failure, and that few economists ever thought could, would, or should be implemented.

After months of wrangling, the showdown between Greece and its European creditors has come down to a standoff over pensions and taxes. The Greek government is right to have drawn the line, while the EU could pay dearly for its petulance. Greece, Projects, Greece Country

The Endgame in Greece | by Jeffrey D. Sachs - Project Syndicate

After months of wrangling, the showdown between Greece and its European creditors has come down to a standoff over pensions and taxes. The Greek government is right to have drawn the line, while the EU could pay dearly for its petulance.

Greece is Playing to Lose by Anatole Kaletsky - Project Syndicate; good game theoretic analysis of the negotiations thus far. Plans, Best Games, Greek, Germany, How To Plan, Socialism, Economic Policy, Social Science, Projects

Greece is Playing to Lose | by Anatole Kaletsky - Project Syndicate

Europe’s future now depends on something that seems impossible: Greece and Germany must strike a deal. But the two sides’ principled opposition – Greece demands debt forgiveness, while Germany has insisted that not a single euro can be written off – is not the main obstacle.

End “Extend and Pretend” With Greece by Lucrezia Reichlin , Elias Papaioannou and Richard Portes - Project Syndicate Greece, The Past, Puertas, Projects, Greece Country

End “Extend and Pretend” With Greece | by Lucrezia Reichlin, Elias Papaioannou and Richard Portes - Project Syndicate

The current talks between Greece and its creditors show little will on either side to overcome the failures of the past five years: the "troika" maintains its myopic focus on fiscal austerity; Greece remains reluctant to reform. With the economy in free fall, both sides need to accept that “extend-and-pretend” is no solution at all.

End “Extend and Pretend” With Greece by Lucrezia Reichlin , Elias Papaioannou and Richard Portes - Project Syndicate Greece, The Past, Puertas, Projects, Greece Country

End “Extend and Pretend” With Greece | by Lucrezia Reichlin, Elias Papaioannou and Richard Portes - Project Syndicate

The current talks between Greece and its creditors show little will on either side to overcome the failures of the past five years: the "troika" maintains its myopic focus on fiscal austerity; Greece remains reluctant to reform. With the economy in free fall, both sides need to accept that “extend-and-pretend” is no solution at all.

End “Extend and Pretend” With Greece by Lucrezia Reichlin , Elias Papaioannou and Richard Portes - Project Syndicate Greece, The Past, Puertas, Projects, Greece Country

End “Extend and Pretend” With Greece | by Lucrezia Reichlin, Elias Papaioannou and Richard Portes - Project Syndicate

The current talks between Greece and its creditors show little will on either side to overcome the failures of the past five years: the "troika" maintains its myopic focus on fiscal austerity; Greece remains reluctant to reform. With the economy in free fall, both sides need to accept that “extend-and-pretend” is no solution at all.