Not Exactly Friends of Greece

Ehl, Martin
August 2015
Transitions Online;8/17/2015, p24
The article reports on why post-communist eurozone countries such as Slovak Republic do not patience with or understanding of Greece's economic problems as of August 2015. Topics include why these countries do not have much say in the solution of Greece's economic crisis, Greece's refusal to take responsibility for several decades of living beyond its means, and the association between helping Greece and trouble in the post-communist world.


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