While the Greek Parliament is preparing to vote on a third round of austerity measures this week, Giorgos Kasimatis, one of Greece's foremost constitutional scholars, argues that these measures are not only destructive but illegal.
In the face of the U.S.'s two greatest crises of the century, Americans have turned to FDR and George W. Bush for solace. The Germans had once chosen Hitler for theirs. Which path will the Greeks venture down on May 6? Who can lead a country that has hit rock bottom?