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Greece news and analysis from The Nation
February 24, 2016
Meet the Heroic Greeks Rescuing the Refugees the EU Has Abandoned
They’ve stepped into the gap, offering practical support to the thousands arriving daily on their shores.
December 18, 2015
The Inside Story of Syriza’s Struggle to Save Greece
Exclusive interviews with the party’s top players shed light on the eurozone showdown.
November 18, 2015
European Countries’ Closing Their Borders to Refugees Is Collective Punishment
EU states’ attempts to “opt out” of international law will only fuel more regional chaos.
September 21, 2015
Syriza Couldn’t End Austerity in Greece—Here’s Why Voters Reelected Them Anyway
Like a tragic hero, Alexis Tsipras acted out the country’s impasse—and the impasse of the left—dramatically, in real time, with real people’s lives.
September 16, 2015
What the US Left—and Bernie Sanders’s Supporters—Can Learn From Jeremy Corbyn
Could Americans be primed for a rejection of austerity politics?
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September 1, 2015
This Is What Greece’s Refugee Crisis Really Looks Like
“Thanks to God I have made it here. I am free, I am alive!”
August 13, 2015
Acropolis for Sale
Art, anxiety, and the Greek crisis.
July 30, 2015
To Grexit or Not to Grexit
Amid accusations of “capitulation” and “left extremism,” panelists at the Democracy Rising conference heatedly debated what it would mean for Greece to stay in—or leave—the eurozone.
July 23, 2015
The Syriza Syndrome and Italy’s Political Establishment
Why doesn’t Italy, with its strong left-wing traditions, have a Podemos like Spain?
July 23, 2015
Is Goldman Sachs Partly to Blame for Greece’s Debt Crisis?
The bank should be held morally accountable for its risky deal-making, says Reich. Nonsense, says Cohan—that's “populist demagoguery.”
William D. Cohan
Robert B. Reich