Why Greece’s ritual humiliation won’t kill off Europe’s revolutionary Left – Telegraph.
Euros discarded as impoverished Greeks resort to bartering | World news | The Guardian.
Germany, not Greece, should say goodbye to the euro | Comment | ekathimerini.com.
There has been no paucity of allusions to Greek tragedy when discussing the current negotiations between Greece and its European creditors: Syriza caught between Scylla of austerity and the Charibdas of ‘Grexit’; Greece’s Sisyphean task of paying down its debt through contractionary austerity policies; the Pyrrhic victory of the no campaign in the austerity referendum; … More Capitalism and Democracy in Greece
Cracks in the Deal? | Jacobin.
In a rather surprising turn of events today, the IMF has released a statement demanding debt relief for Greece. This vindicates Varoufakis’ position that Greek debt was unsustainable, positions the IMF against Germany and its allies, and finally brings the IMF into line with its own research – research that has been leaking out over … More IMF Demands Debt Relief for Greece
After Greece and Spain, the rise of anti-austerity in Ireland.
The Alternative to Austerity | Jacobin.
How Greece went from victory to economy-destroying defeat – The Washington Post.
The big achievement of Tsipras’s proposal is to sow division – FT.com.
Germany won’t spare Greek pain – it has an interest in breaking us | Yanis Varoufakis | Comment is free | The Guardian.
Europe will pay the price for Greece – FT.com.