Berlin's bullyboy games

Legrain, Philippe
July 2015
Australian Financial Review (0404-2018);7/17/2015, p2R
The author criticizes Germany's recent exercise of power against Greece. Topics discussed include the conditions imposed by Germany in the bailout deal that will only further depress the Greek economy, the European Central Bank's (ECB) illegal threat to end the entire Greek banking system, and the political backlash that expected when the reality of German-imposed technocratic rule sinks in.


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