Monthly Archives: July 2015

Moralising about Greece

Much of the moralising about the crisis seems to miss a couple of points. First, the parties to the struggle over resources (that’s all this is) are not single people.  But they are often discussed as though they were.  They … Continue reading

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Syriza and the SNP playbook

There’s an echo in Syriza’s presentation of the options to the Greek people in the SNP’s approach to the independence referendum in September 2014. The SNP campaigned promising a plan A of keeping Sterling, (because they knew the Scots were … Continue reading

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