Category Archives: Greece

First Dr. Schäuble came for the Greeks and I did not speak up…

By Russell Bruce In this latest article on the Greek crisis, I examine the implications of the treatment of Greece. Power and influence are what drives politicians. Money is never far behind, an easily created commodity today, with – who it … Continue reading

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OXI: Troika in disarray, Greeks bearing democracy

 This second article was published on Newsnet.scot on 6th July. The next article will examine the fate of democracy in the wake of a turbulent debate within the Eurozone finance ministers meeting on Saturday and aggression and bullying unleashed at the … Continue reading

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Are we all Greeks now?

This article first appeared on Newsnet.scot – usually I publish articles in my blog around the same time. Nothing much has really changed in the meantime and all eyes are focussed on Sunday’s referendum in Greece. The subject has obtained acres … Continue reading

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