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  • ‘They Thought the Man Had Gone Bananas’Mon May 01, 2017 | politico.com
    Early one February weekend, President Donald Trump let loose a cryptic complaint, followed by a barrage of Fox News-inspired tweets, about Sweden of all places. He made the...
  • Greek PM faces biggest party revolt yet as bailout approvedFri Aug 14, 2015 | reuters.com
    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faced the widest rebellion yet from his leftist lawmakers as parliament approved a new bailout program on Friday, forcing him to...
  • The sentence that could change Europe foreverWed Jul 15, 2015 | politico.eu
    Last weekend’s marathon summit on Greece might have gone down as the moment Europe came together to resolve its greatest crisis. Instead, it will likely be remembered for a...
  • A nakedly German EuropeWed Jul 15, 2015 | politico.eu
    “Brutal. …Violent. … A crucifixion.” In Brussels, the world capital of circumlocution where “difficult” is as bad as it gets, such language is nothing short of...
  • 6 things to know about this weekend's pivotal Greek talksSun Jul 12, 2015 | vox.com
    European leaders are meeting again in Brussels today to decide on Greece's future — in or out of the eurozone. They've signaled that this weekend could be Greece's last...
  • Europe's Final (?) CountdownFri Jul 10, 2015 | theatlantic.com
    Negotiations over whether, and how, Greece will pay its debts, cut domestic spending, or have to leave the eurozone continued on Friday with a new set of proposals from...
  • Germany concedes Greece needs debt relief; Greek plan awaitedThu Jul 09, 2015 | reuters.com
    Germany conceded on Thursday that Greece would need some debt restructuring as part of any new loan program to make its economy viable as the Greek cabinet raced to...
  • Greek leader seeks new bailout aid amid scramble to avert bankruptcyWed Jul 08, 2015 | washingtonpost.com
    Greece asked European partners Wednesday for a new three-year bailout, pledging to make reforms but leaving blank how far it was willing to go to meet cost-cutting demands...
  • German Line Hardens After Greeks Vote 'No' In ReferendumMon Jul 06, 2015 | huffingtonpost.com
    The German government signaled a tough line towards Greece on Monday, saying it saw no basis for new bailout negotiations and insisting it was up to Athens to move swiftly...
  • Greek referendum: 5 ways a Sun Jul 05, 2015 | vox.com
    Officially, today's referendum in Greece asks whether to accept a European bailout proposal from the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the International...