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Is a Greek Exit from the Euro Inevitable?

For two-and-a-half years, the world has been watching and waiting to see if debt-laden Greece could remain in the euro zone. Many have been doubtful since the...

Time to Say Danke

Everyone is worried that Greece will default on its national debt. That's really not news. By one estimate, since it gained its independence from the Ottomans in...

Should Greece Ditch the Euro?

Talk about drama. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou emerged from an emergency meeting...

Protests Turn Nasty in Greece

"We are not lazy; it's the Germans, they want to take our blood." — ELEFTHERIOS ZARKADOS, a protester outside Greece's parliament building on Wednesday, during a...

Sea Green in Greece

Who says holidays are about getting brown? For kids, getting greener can be far more fun. After a day of snorkeling, kayaking and exploring tide pools, six young...

Greece: Goodbye, Zeus

No one in Athens or in Washington wanted to make too much of the issue, but Greece's sudden cancellation of Zeus, a small joint maneuver with American forces in...

Greece: Having It Both Ways

Greece these days seems to be of two minds about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Though Socialist Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou has questioned...

Greece: A Scion from the Kremlin

The tall, bespectacled young Soviet diplomat drew world attention last February as a grieving figure alongside his father's flower-decked bier. Last week Greek...

GREECE: And Then There Was One

"The days of the revolution are over for good," sighed one of the ex-colonels in the original military junta that took over the Greek government in a 1967...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Beyond Protocol in Greece

The U.S. State Department has been moderately frigid in its dealings with the militarist dictatorship of Premier George Papadopoulos in Greece. Only last week...

Greece: Safe & Censored

In the ten weeks since it seized power, the new military government of Greece has, at one time or another, turned thumbs down on miniskirts, radio...