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Who Needs a Greek Government?
Peter Alexander Meyers
Political theorist - Founding Director "Civic Inquirer" - auth...
Greeks must decide to stay or go. Perhaps that is why it failed to come before the people. Perhaps that is why, when on May 6 the election was played out in a way that minimized the literal and more important question -- "Do you want to adopt the new agreement?" -- it failed again.
The Upside of Financial Crises
Joshua S. Goldstein
Professor Emeritus at the School of International Service, Ame...
What do Indonesia's General Suharto and Italy's Silvio Berlusconi have in common? Both were corrupt national leaders who stayed in office too long and finally lost power as a result of financial crises. These kinds of crises are ugly and painful, but bring about overdue reforms.
Both Sides Now
: On Abortion, Labor and Frontrunner Fumbles
Arianna and Kellyanne Conway preview next week's ballot initiatives on abortion and labor rights in Mississippi and Ohio, respectively, and then review the GOP frontrunners' Weak Week.
My Interview With Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou... From the Top of the Acropolis
former senior fellow at New America, author most recently of "...
Prime ministers are pretty busy people, especially when the capitalist world believes that your nation could be a domino that brings down the rest of them.
Will Papandreou Rescue Greek People From Social Bankruptcy?
Journalist. Communications manager. Author of a book on the Eu...
What's now important for the Greek government is to provide people with evidence that their sacrifices are not in vain. And, furthermore, that people are paying for the crisis equally.
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