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Earlier this week, Greece held its second set of legislative elections in two months. New Democracy , a center-right party that supports the bailout plan proposed by the eurozone and International Monetary Fund , will form a coalition government...
This Friday, Monty Python's epic Germany vs Greece philosophy football spectacular will be replayed, live, at Euro 2012...All across the Atlanticist West, the corporate media "narrative" depicted the slim victory of the right as a Greek collective
With the Greek elections now in the books, forming a coalition government and working out a detailed pro-bailout strategy is now the top priority for Greece's new conservative party leader, Antonis Samaras. Despite the conservative New Democracy's
Opinion No, the origins of this disaster lie farther north, in Brussels, Frankfurt and Berlin, where officials created a deeply perhaps fatally flawed monetary system, then compounded the problems of that system by substituting moralizing for
Mexico (AP) — President Barack Obama says weekend elections in Greece indicate "positive" prospects for a new government there that will cooperate with Europe. However, Obama says Europe's economic woes remain a concern for world
Two elections, two interim prime ministers and 221 days since Greece last had an elected government, Greek President Karolas Papoulias asked the leader of the center-right New Democracy party Monday to try to hammer out a coalition.
Panayiotis Tzamaros/Agence France-Presse Getty Images Antonis Samaras. European leaders might have given the impression in recent weeks that the Greeks were feckless, tax-cheating ingrates, incapable of distinguishing between a bailout and a handout,
Two elections, two interim prime ministers and 221 days since Greece last had an elected government, Greek President Karolas Papoulias will ask the leader of the center-right New Democracy party Monday to try to hammer out a coalition.
Asian stocks rose Monday after elections in Greece eased fears of global financial turmoil, but the euphoria wore thin as European markets opened — a reminder that the crisis shaking the 17 nations that use the euro was far from over.
Greece Fears of an imminent Greek exit from Europe's joint currency receded Sunday after the conservative New Democracy party came first in a critical election and pro-bailout parties won enough seats to form a joint government. As central banks