Greece needs the time and space to reform

The drumbeats from Brussels are becoming louder, and the endgame for Greece is approaching. Having bought some time and space to negotiate, Greece’s new government, led by the leftist Syriza party, needs to agree new terms for its loans from fellow e

22nd March, 2015

There appears to be little trust between the Greeks and the rest of Europe. Taoiseach Enda Kenny was vocal last week in his criticism of the rhetoric emanating from Athens. Germany looks to have all but given up on Greek membership, and has been assuring other eurozone member states that a Greek exit from the euro - a “Grexit” - is a containable event. Whether that is true is unprovable right now. But it is...

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