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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Why a Grexit should (and would) be vetoed | Re-Define

Why a Grexit should (and would) be vetoed | Re-Define

Greece’s fate will not turn on technicalities, but it will be the outcome of a ‘great game’ that has now begun. The European Council of leaders and the United States will provide the political anchor with the Commission, the IMF, the OECD and the ECB being the main economic actors. NATO will bring in the security angle and Russia, though absent, will undoubtedly loom large in negotiations.
The key actor, of course, will be the Greek Prime Minister Tsipras. Financial, economic, political and security considerations all give him a much stronger hand than many think. Let us look at each in turn

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