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Michal Rozworski » Political Eh-conomy: Austerity insanity: on the Greek proposals

Alternate title: #Gruster#$%k. My most recent piece from Ricochet on Syriza’s proposed austerity package.

There is acrimony and division in Athens, after the Syriza government submitted a revised list of proposals to its creditors. Despite a resounding victory in last Sunday’s referendum for Oxi — the “no” vote rejecting creditor demands that Greece fall in . . . → Read More: Michal Rozworski » Political Eh-conomy: Austerity insanity: on the Greek proposals

Political Eh-conomy: Austerity insanity: on the Greek proposals

Alternate title: #Gruster#$%k. My most recent piece from Ricochet on Syriza’s proposed austerity package.

There is acrimony and division in Athens, after the Syriza government submitted a revised list of proposals to its creditors. Despite a resounding victory in last Sunday’s referendum for Oxi — the “no” vote rejecting creditor demands that Greece fall in . . . → Read More: Political Eh-conomy: Austerity insanity: on the Greek proposals

350 or bust: Iceland To The Rest of The World: There Are Alternatives

Hordur Torfarson, one of the architects of the quiet but powerful Icelandic revolution, which forced the government of Iceland to resign after the banking crisis of 2008, and kicked out the IMF representatives from the country, is now teaching meta-modern democracy throughout Europe. Here he shares his advice to the Greeks, which is also applicable . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: Iceland To The Rest of The World: There Are Alternatives

RedBedHead: Spain & The Madness of Europe

There’s a saying that defines madness as doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results. By that criteria, it’s clear that the European Union’s response to the long and painful crisis unfolding on that continent is utterly and completely mad.

With the appearance a few years ago of a Greek sovereign crisis . . . → Read More: RedBedHead: Spain & The Madness of Europe