The role of Matthew Nimetz in the longstanding conflict between Greece and its northern neighbor may purportedly be that of an impartial mediator, but his past...
Victims of hostile foreign supervision and successive anti-Greek governments, have the people of Greece reached their limit?
For months, SYRIZA has touted Greece's economic "success story" and forthcoming "clean exit" from austerity and the memorandum agreements. But do the country's economic indicators actually...
Former prime minister George Papandreou has "saved" Greece multiple times. He first brought in the IMF. He then introduced "green" energy. Now he's pushing for legal...
Helena Sheehan's "The Syriza Wave" chronicles the dramatic rise of SYRIZA and its first months in power, up until it overturned the July 2015 referendum result....
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 36.
Investors are treated like royalty while the average citizen is treated as little better than a foreigner
"The biggest and darkest cloud that we see is the deterioration in confidence that is prompted by (an) attempt to challenge the way in which trade...
Thousands fill the streets of Athens to protest further austerity measures
The people are widely in support of striking as they reject the idea of increased austerity.
Internationally touted as an anti-austerity renegade, Varoufakis' actions contradict his rhetoric and his radical image.
Fed-up citizens have apparently been taking the law into their own hands, despite government claims of economic "recovery."
The EU is deliberately, and without any justification, wrecking one of its own member states, destroying its entire economy
Ukrainian economy continued to weaken as inflation rose and living standards fell
The Russian economy has overcome the recession and returned to moderate growth this year.
Dear Mr. President Maduro, You have the overwhelming support of the peoples of the world.
The French President’s past links to IMF-connected corporations, his personal enrichment, and assaults on freedom of speech do not augur well.
Xi Jinping's speech is indicative of China's commitment to her sovereign minded political system and unique "market socialist" economic system that have guided China to becoming...
Russia's economy was never "in tatters" as former POTUS Obama once proclaimed.
International Court of Justice refuses to make anti-terrorism ruling against Russia, clearing way for Russia to enforce $3 billion Judgment it obtained against Ukraine in London...
As growth trend strengthens and inflation continues to fall IMF chief gives Russia's economic management high marks.
Despite court judgment Ukraine owes Russia $3 billion IMF decides to lend Ukraine further $1 billion, risking further legal action.
High Court Judgment to expedite case clears way for Ukraine to be declared in default, legally requiring IMF funding of Ukraine to cease.
Faced by the disruption caused by Ukraine's transport blockade and the Donbass's nationalisation of Ukrainian enterprises, and possibly apprehensive about the outcome of the pending court...
Citizens’ Protection Minister Nikos Toskas has issued conflicting statements on the existence of more parcel bombs.
In further sign of deteriorating political and economic situation Ukrainian Central Bank Chair Valeria Gontareva said to be considering her resignation.
As Greece again runs out of money, and Greek Prime Minister Tsipras again quarrels with Greece's creditors, talk once more turns to Grexit.
Confidential IMF report warns current bailout 'unsustainable', with Greece public debt spiralling out of control, and no amount of reform capable of fixing the situation.
As court case looms Ukraine makes contradictory statements about its liability for $3 billion Russian debt whilst IMF makes first reduced payment of $1 billion in...
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov warns IMF against funding Ukraine - hints at legal action if funding continues.
Confirmation that Russia's claim for repayment of its $3 billion debt goes for trial in January increases pressure on Ukraine amidst mood of deepening depression and...
Contrary to some claims, the latest agreement makes no promise of substantive debt relief.
The IMF warns that it may come to a conclusion that the latest Greek debt-relief measures are not sufficient.
Greece has agreed to a deal to unlock 10.3 billion euros in loans from its international creditors, after extensive talks in Brussels.
Greek MPs approved a multi-bill containing a range of austerity measures, including another 1.8 billion euros in tax hikes and the framework for a vast new...
Greece's ruling Syriza party will submit two new bills to Parliament aiming to reform Greece's pension and tax systems.
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