Topic: Athens (Greece)
China is unleashing its billions of buying power on the deteriorating economy of Greece.
06/10/2010 10:03 am
Our enemies no longer need to win a war, or even a battle, to bring the nation to its knees.
06/02/2010 10:40 am
As the world starts to focus on its debt crisis, Greece's financial woes may presage problems to come in Europe and the United States – with implications for your bank account and stock portfolio.
05/26/2010 11:10 am
As differences persist over how to handle the debt crisis, momentum builds among European Union nations to either drop the euro or form new currency alliances.
05/26/2010 11:05 am
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Workers took to the streets of Athens today to protest the government budget cuts demanded in exchange for the $140 billion Greece debt bailout. While some feared a repeat of violent May 5 demonstrations, the protest was peaceful.
05/20/2010 04:27 pm
While the US has continued to press for UN Security Council sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, Turkey's high-profile role in brokering a nuclear deal with Tehran is just the latest sign of an emerging diplomatic power.
05/19/2010 07:01 pm
A courthouse north of Athens was damaged by a bomb on Friday, the second Greece explosion in the past two days.
05/14/2010 01:06 pm
Markets across the world soared after the European Central Bank promised the creation of a $955 billion rescue fund for eurozone countries with debt problems. But some economists are worried about moral hazard – bailouts leading to reckless spending.
05/10/2010 03:25 pm