On the Eve of the Elections, it Seems Like Greece is Pitted against Rest of the WorldBy John Lanchester The New Yorker
The world’s biggest game of chicken comes to a climax this week, in the run-up to the Greek elections, on June 17th. Hurtling toward the cliff in one lane is the electorate, with the threat that it will vote for parties who refuse the austere terms of the bailout agreed on by the “troika” of the European Uni
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