Tag Archives: Yanis Varoufakis

Reblogged: A world without the Global Minotaur: Why is the world economy failing to recover?

Originally posted on Yanis Varoufakis:
Almost two years have passed since the first edition of The Global Minotaur was written. Its prognosis for our tormented beast was not good. Have events since confirmed that the Global Minotaur’s wounds were too…

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Country Stereotypes in Times of Crisis

Originally posted on Yanis Varoufakis:
Over the past two years, the economic crisis that has engulfed Greece has also thrust me in front of the microphones and note pads of the myriad journalists who descended upon Athens to report on…

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Me, myself and I: Germans vs. Greeks or the tale of the cicada and the ant

by Ares Kalandides It sometimes happens in the middle of the night. I am woken up by a horrible racket and find myself fighting – with myself. “You are a lazy bastard” my German self is shouting to my Greek … Continue reading

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