Tsipras goes mainstream

Daley, Suzanne
July 2015
Australian Financial Review (0404-2018);7/23/2015, p14
The article focuses on the changing economic policies of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Topics discussed include Tsipras agreeing to austerity measures imposed by Greek's European creditors in exchange for a bailout in 2015, the factors that transformed Tsipras from a radical politician to a pragmatic leader and the challenges facing the prime minister in maintaining his political power.


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