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January 28, 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

Greek Left Platform Creates New Popular Unity Party
The new Popular Unity Party will hold up the "NO" Referendum, honor the Anti-Austerity wishes of the people, stop privatization, break up the banking system, build a new economy and exit the Eurozone.

  August 21, 2015

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Tenders His Resignation
Reporting from Greece, Dimitri Lascaris explains the constitutionality of the move and weighs in on the calculation to hold another general election on September 20th

  August 20, 2015

Greek Bailout Approved in Parliament Causing a Rebellion in SYRIZA
Dimitri Lascaris Report: Tsipras is facing a no confidence vote, in the meantime the Eurogroup approves the deal

  August 14, 2015

Will SYRIZA Survive Radical Left Democracy?
Stathis Gourgouris says the SYRIZA project is not over yet, but leftists must be more realistic about governing Greece

  August 14, 2015

The Battle Against Austerity: Lessons From Greece
Leo Panitch and Richard Fidler discuss alternate views on recent developments in the fight against austerity waged by Syriza and the Greek people.

  August 13, 2015

Greek Bailout Goes to Servicing the Debt
Budget surplus targets were reduced, but this is no victory since it will be impossible to achieve and it will throw Greece into a perpetual depression, says Dimitri Lascaris

  August 12, 2015

Greek Dockworkers Against the Troika
Dockworker and Union Leader, Giorgos Gogos, who is also a member of the Central Committee of SYRIZA says the workers are very ready for the struggle against privatization and austerity in the Memorandum.

  August 11, 2015

The Anti-Capitalist Greek Left Says No to Austerity and Bailouts (2/2)
Thanos Andritsos and Kostas Fourikos members of the Greek anti-capitalist Left party 'Antarsya', explain how the radical left in Greece is building an alternative to austerity from the grassroots

  August 5, 2015

Germans Get Debt Relief Twice in 20th Century, But Demand Greeks Pay Up
Jayati Ghosh, Professor of Economics at Nehru University, discusses the economic history of Germany's debt relief in both the 1930s and 1950s and why policies of growth rather than austerity led them to become an economic powerhouse.

  August 3, 2015

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