Greece is falling out of EuropeBy Philip Stephens Financial Times
The people of Greece have rejected austerity. You can scarcely blame them for throwing out a corrupt political establishment. It is also indisputable that the economic prescription written by its international creditors is astonishingly harsh. The problem is that anger is not a policy. As often as Greece votes against austerity, it cannot avoid it.
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