Tag: Greece

Put out more flags* (EU FLAGS…)

It is very sad that the European colours, the flag of the EU, is nowhere to be seen in the images, projected to the world, of Greek forces as they attempt to stop the human flood directed by Ankara at the land and sea frontiers of Greece.

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Tick… Tick…

We must say it again: a three or four, or even of more, days war between Greece and Turkey ―extremely intensive, over the entire space of the Aegean, and possibly expanding to Cyprus and Thrace…

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The frivolous Mr. Stiglitz

It was an unpleasant surprise to hear that you participated along with other US academics in preparing a plan for Greece to exit the euro in 2015. The feeling was even harder, since you still believe that it was “carefully set” and seem rather disappointed for not finally implemented.

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To the hague

It is not very clear to the drafter of this text how clear it is ―or if it is discernible at all―, to the EU partners of Greece and to the North Atlantic allies of both…

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All but one…

Unlike the celebration, a few days ago, of NATO’s 70th anniversary and all the publicity which surrounded it, the same milestone in time since the declaration of the Marshall Plan, had, a couple of years ago, passed almost unnoticed.

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