Greece is €320 billion in debt. Furthermore, growth in euro zone economies is slow. A burden for the future of the EU? Stefan Kooths from the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) talks to DW about that.
Greece's euro crisis has disappeared from the headlines, but the problem has still not been resolved. And since nothing much is changing in Athens, it will soon be a hot topic once again, says Spiros Moskovou.
In a drama that has dragged out over months, Wolfgang Schäuble has been racing around Europe negotiating a Greece bailout. Is he for or against a Grexit?
As Greece and the EU negotiate a way out of debt crisis, Germany's largest exhibition of contemporary art is planning a show in Athens for 2017. Director Adam Szymczyk tells DW why Greece is a good choice for the event.
The Greek government wants to retrospectively put responsibility for its failed negotiations with international creditors on voters' shoulders. Spiros Moscovou says this is a direct threat to the country's democracy.
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