Whether or not their country goes bankrupt, an entire generation of young Greeks lacks professional prospects there. More and more of them, from apprentices to the exceptionally talented, are deciding to work in Germany.
Report by Marion Hütter
Greeks have long viewed the German finance minister as a symbol of failed austerity policies. But Athens is by no means joyful now that Wolfgang Schäuble is leaving after eight years in office, says Jannis Papadimitriou.
The US president has claimed Germany and other NATO members "owe billions" for falling short of spending targets. German politicians have previously addressed his views of how NATO funding and defense spending work.
Though largely unknown, the Hellas Filmbox Festival in Berlin is certainly worth attending for those interested in Greek film. Among this year's guests are directors Yannis Sakaridis and Volker Schlöndorff.
Times are getting tougher in Greece, but there is no real danger that an EU country will be left to flounder in election year 2017, writes Georg Matthes.
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