If Greece in 2015 mirrors Germany in 1922, then we might expect Greece in 2016 to come to resemble Germany in 1923.
The influx of refugees threatens to destabilize the EU as Germany's insistence on a bloc-wide adoption of an open door policy has infuriated Hungary and many other member states. This infograph tells the story.
After a year of increasing refugee arrivals it’s safe to say that the pan-European approach, to the extent that it can even be said to exist, is a dismal and deadly failure.
Germany's Suddeutsche Zeitung reported that just two months after Greece voted through its third bailout, its creditors have already grown tired with the game and are refusing to pay the next Greek loan tranche of €2 billion.
2 billion euros may just be the beginning. As long as Greece agrees to absorb migrants and refugees into society...then the German Government is signalling that it may 'help' Greece more financially. In everyday life this is called blackmail.
In the final act of the Greek economic drama that has dragged on for more than six months the German parliament, the Bundestag, has approved the Greek bailout package.
A German company, airport operator FRAPORT has won the bid to operate and maintain 14 regional airports...considered to be some of the best assets in Greece.
Greece has reached another bailout deal but even with write downs, the outlook is grim. As Finnish Foreign Minister Timo Soini said over the weekend, "we should just admit that this isn't going to work."
The German government, which has taken a hard line on Greece, has saved some 100 billion euros ($109 billion) in the country’s financial crisis thanks to lower borrowing costs, a study has found.
Angela Merkel sits atop an EU kingdom built upon the misconception and illusion that the Euro would only bring benefits.
With the Athens Stock Exchange operating under the approval of Brussels and Berlin, it is clear that no Greek decision can be taken without the direct or indirect express prior approval of either the ECB and/or Germany.
Now that Greece is eligible again for loans from the IMF, getting any more money from the fund may hinge on a test of wills between Christine Lagarde and Angela Merkel.
Greece will stay on the Euro currency and accept continued government cuts. The Greek people have been forced to double down on the same austerity that has crippled their economy and driven unemployment to record highs. "The beatings will continue ...
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Paul Krugman describes the Greece deal and the Eurogroup's list of demands as pure "madness".
Now that Greece has fully capitulated to German demands and has essentially given up its sovereignty to Schäuble and Co, other EU nations are left wondering who's next.
German media deals the final "humiliating" blow to a beaten and battered Greece...
Greeks accused Germany of trying to humiliate them by making tougher demands for a new bailout deal, as the country’s fate in the euro zone hung in the balance ahead of a meeting of European ministers in Brussels on Sunday.
Did Germany kick Greece out of the Eurozone, conditionally, for 5 years, quarantine it, and treat it as a third-world country until 2020?
Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is faced with the ultimate dilemma: accept German-advocated austerity measures opposed by hardliners in his own party or take his country out of the euro.
All accounts in Greece should be electronically switched to drachmas. Begin to issue printed drachma for small change. The umbilical cord to Brussels must be cut immediately for Greece to stand on its own.
Tomas Piketty, "What a huge joke! Germany is the country that has never repaid its debts. It has no standing to lecture other nations."
German media publication Handelsblatt ridicules the Greek crisis as only the German media can... Twitter users responded appropriately.
Why did the IMF go through 5 months of ‘negotiations’ with Greece in which they refused any and all restructuring, only to come up with a paper that says Greece desperately need restructuring?
The word ‘crisis’ originates from Ancient Greece. It’s a medical term; Hippocrates wrote extensively about ‘crisis’ being the key turning point in disease progression - the time at which it either overcomes the patient, or it subsides.