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Everything Tsipras hasn’t told the Greeks


Alexis Trispras’ electoral triumph in Greece was a given. What’s less obvious are the repercussions this success might have on European politics. There are those who believe Tsipras could be the new eurozone champion, who will save it from fiscal consolidation policies. And those who, besides the gift for the catchy announcement, believe this young Greek lad has little to say. Personally, I think this latter option is the most likely.

Alexis Trispras’ electoral triumph in Greece was a given. What’s less obvious are the repercussions this success might have on European politics. There are those who believe Tsipras could be the new eurozone champion, who will save it from fiscal consolidation policies. And those who, besides the gift for the catchy announcement, believe this young Greek lad has little to say. Personally, I think this latter option is the most likely.

 

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