The Crisis in the Southern Mediterranean and Greece

FILE - Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy leaves the parliament after shaking hands with socialist leader Pedro Sanchez after a motion of no confidence vote at the Spanish parliament in Madrid, Friday, June 1, 2018. (Pierre Phillipe Marcou/Pool Photo via AP)

The Greek government is assiduously promoting the scenario that no matter what, the country will emerge from the bailouts in the next few months and everyone will live happily ever after.

And while we all would, of course, be glad if that were the case, the truth is something very different. And not only are the economic situation and the national issues currently going through a very difficult phase, but they are expected to take a major shift toward the worse.

This …

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