Tag Archives: SYRIZA

Apr 6 2016

Greece. The country with the half Drachma

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By Andreas Koutras A few days after the introduction of the bank capital controls and with thousands of pensioners queuing up outside the bank branches, the Prime Minister’s Office received a piece of research on the effect of the capital … Continue reading

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Mar 27 2015

Greek political culture has changed beyond recognition since the crisis began

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Support for individual political parties has changed substantially since the start of the crisis in Greece, with Syriza emerging as the largest party in the 2015 elections, while other parties, such as Pasok, have lost most of their support. But … Continue reading

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Feb 16 2015

How the Eurozone crisis changed Syriza and how the party can change the Eurozone crisis

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By George Kyris For years, conventional wisdom has said that the role of the EU in national elections is rather insignificant. Even European Parliament elections are often regarded as ‘second order’, where voters use the ballot box in order to … Continue reading

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Jan 8 2015

Between two poor alternatives, either is ok(-ish)

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By Dr Vassilis Monastiriotis The forthcoming snap elections in Greece will inevitably be conducted in a polarised setting, between a (perceived as) pro-memorandum pro-reforms camp, represented mainly by the parties of the coalition government (New Democracy and, less so, PASOK) … Continue reading

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