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Odious Debt and the Betrayal of the Popular Will in Greece
After Syriza's "treason", Zoe Konstantopoulou, ex-Speaker of Greece's Parliament, founds a new party to unburden Greece of its odious debt

  July 18, 2016

Canadian Miner Eldorado Gold Faces New Obstacles to its Controversial Mine in Greece
Maria Kadoglou of Hellenic Mining Watch explains that a newly issued decision of Greece's Ministry of the Environment means that the battle over the Skouries mine in Chalkidiki is far from over

  July 8, 2016

TRNN in Greece: The Last Dance of Ramadan at a Refugee Camp
Dimitri Lascaris speaks to people in Lesvos, Greece about their treacherous journey crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey

  July 8, 2016

Will Brexit Lead to Grexit?
Dimitri Lascaris says so-called leftist or socialist governments throughout the EU are engaging in self-immolation by embracing austerity, and then become wildly unpopular with the electorate

  July 3, 2016

Greek Austerity Leading to Brain Drain with No Economic Recovery in Sight
Dimitri Lascaris says the latest unemployment figures in Greece show the indifference of the EU elite to the hardships of austerity and the democratic will of the European people

  June 20, 2016

Activists in Athens Seize Abandoned Hotel for Refugees
Activist Despina Biri describes how the seizure of the City Plaza Hotel in a far-right enclave of the Greek capital has improved the lives of neglected refugees

  June 8, 2016

Greek Leaks Expose IMF Chief Overruling Pro-Debt Relief IMF Negotiator
Securities lawyer Dimitri Lascaris says recent leaks to the press show that IMF Chief Lagarde forced her negotiator to give up the previously stated position to insist that creditors offer debt relief to Greece

  June 5, 2016

IMF-Eurozone Deal Hailed as a Breakthrough, But No Relief for Greeks
Dimitri Lascaris, securities class actions lawyer, says the Troika is lending money with one hand and taking it back with the other, perpetuating the fiction that Greece's debt is sustainable

  May 25, 2016

The Financial Invasion of Greece
Economist Michael Hudson says IMF's concern about Greek debt is bogus, this is full scale financial war, forcing Greece give up ports, pensions, properties and much more

  May 22, 2016

Yanis Varoufakis: How The Greek People's Magnificent "No" Against Austerity Became "Yes"
The former Finance Minister of Greece says that on the night of the July 5th referendum, he realized the pressure had gotten to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Since then, Varoufakis has been campaigning for that "No."

  January 28, 2016

General Strike In Greece Reignites Anti-Austerity Battle
Greek port worker and union leader Giorgos Gogos says most of the demonstrations across the country were peaceful and unified against austerity measures imposed by the lenders and accepted by SYRIZA

  November 12, 2015

SYRIZA Party Regroups After Crisis (1/2)
Michalis Spourdalakis says SYRIZA's Central Committee met last weekend to evaluate the election results and consider ways to take advantage of potential cracks in the bailout agreement with European creditors

  October 13, 2015

SYRIZA Party Regroup After Crisis (2/2)
Michalis Spourdalakis says SYRIZA's Central Committee met last weekend to evaluate the election results and consider ways to take advantage of potential cracks in the bailout agreement with European creditors

  October 13, 2015

The Future of Popular Unity in Greece (2/2)
Stathis Kouvelakis, member of Popular Unity says the future of Popular Unity will depend on the Greek peoples reaction to the economic tsunami unleashed as a result of Syriza's surrender to the creditors

  October 10, 2015

Defeat and Demoralization in Greece (1/2)
Stathis Kouvelakis, member of Popular Unity, says the SYRIZA capitulation to creditors was followed by a voter turnout of 44%, the lowest in the country's history.

  October 9, 2015

Is SYRIZA's Win a Hollow Victory? (2/2)
In Part 2 of our conversation, Michael Nevradakis, scholar and host of Dialogos Radio in Athens, says the low voter turnout of 55% reflects widespread disenchantment with the Greek political system and SYRIZA

  September 20, 2015

Is SYRIZA's Win a Hollow Victory? (1/2)
Michael Nevradakis, scholar and host of Dialogos Radio in Athens, says the low voter turnout of 55% reflects widespread disenchantment with the Greek political system and SYRIZA

  September 20, 2015

Will SYRIZA Survive Sunday's Election?
Harry Konstantinidis of U. Mass, Boston says that the SYRIZA base is disappointed, the youth are feeling demobilized and inactive, and the Sunday election will be a close call

  September 18, 2015

Members of Syriza's Central Committee Defecting to Popular Unity
Dimitri Lascaris also discusses the significance of bailout critic Vassiliki Thanou serving as the first female Prime Minister in the interim Greek government

  August 28, 2015

What Would Happen to the Eurozone if Greece Leaves?
Economist Gerard Dumenil argues the Eurozone will face minimal impact and its leaders are already preparing for a possible Grexit

  August 27, 2015

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