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Rick Salutin | There's no way anyone normal can make human sense of the European Union's callous approach to Greece, says Rick Salutin.
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Duncan Cameron | Syriza represented a challenge to the prevailing European economic model, so it had to be stopped. The German grand coalition government has decided to teach Greece a lesson.
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Louis-Philippe Rochon, Jean-Francois Ponsot | The final agreement between Greece and the Eurogroup is a disappointment for anyone who held high hopes that Greece would have taken away more than a mere extension to the existing deal.
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Duncan Cameron | The outcome of the prolonged negotiations between Greece and the Eurogroup must be something the Greek government supports -- or the ad hoc, haphazard procedures could well end in tragedy.
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Amy Goodman | The future of Europe is in flux, as popular uprisings in Greece and Spain gain power and challenge traditional economic and political systems.
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Rick Salutin | What Syriza and Podemos proved, against all expectations, is that you can reject the dominant neoliberal consensus on austerity, balanced budgets, etc., and succeed in the tired old electoral arena.