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?
In an interview, Chancellor Angela Merkel called for patience with efforts to accommodate refugees. Merkel said she was not weighing an alternative to her approach toward reducing the number of asylum applicants.
The next aid package for Greece is on its way. But it's unlikely to yield the desired long-term results. DW's Henrik Böhme says a more radical solution is ultimately required and calls for more large-scale debt relief.
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