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27 July 2016
Europe - Britain in particular - is now at the forefront of political developments. Because of the 'weight' of British capitalism, Brexit represents a giant boulder dropped into a lake.
11 May 2016
Public transport was brought to a halt on 6 May as Greek workers began a 48-hour general strike against austerity.
2 December 2015
On 12 November, the first 24-hour general strike in a long time took place - this time against the policies of the ex-left Syriza government. Syriza has transformed itself into a pro-bailout party and introduced a new austerity package.
7 October 2015
Short stories on workers' struggles around the world. Refugee solidarity in Austria and Greece, water protests in Brazil.
23 September 2015
On 20 September, Syriza was returned to power in a snap general election. What does this mean for Greece's anti-austerity left?
19 August 2015
Xekinima (Greek sister organisation of the Socialist Party) has called for a "new mass left". This is starting to be realised in response to PM Tsipras's disastrous acceptance of more austerity
11 July 2015
On 13 July Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras reached a deal with Eurozone leaders, securing a third bailout in return for pledging to implement huge austerity. Yet Syriza was elected on an anti-austerity platform
8 July 2015
Militant trade unionists from across the country gave inspiring accounts of strikes and struggles against austerity. Britain needs a 24-hour general strike.
7 July 2015
Sunday's referendum saw the Greek working class give a powerful reply to the attempts of the Troika to blackmail them into accepting more austerity in order to stay in the eurozone.
30 June 2015
Events in Greece have thrown the entire eurozone into crisis and threaten its very existence. Workers in the beleaguered country must reject the austerity dictates of European money lenders.
24 June 2015
The outlines of a possible deal between the Greek government and the Troika (the EU, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund) were being put together as the Socialist went to press.
30 April 2015
150 people attended a public meeting organised by Xekinima (CWI Greece) in Thessaloniki about the struggle against gold mining in Halkidiki
1 April 2015
Working class action key: Nicos Anastasiades, member of Xekinima (CWI Greece) spoke to Steve Score, editor of the Socialist
18 February 2015
Let the Greek people decide! The stand-off between the Greek Syriza government and the European Union (EU) finance ministers is continuing
11 February 2015
'This is not negotiation, it's war': Not a single step back - statement by the editorial board of Xekinima (Greek sister party of the Socialist Party)
28 January 2015
That's the message ringing out from Greece in the aftermath of the country's parliamentary elections on 25 January
27 January 2015
Left parties fail to form government - Syriza goes into coalition with populist right Independent Greeks
An interview with Andros Payiatsos, from Xekinima (CWI in Greece)
21 January 2015
On 19 January, 6 days before the Greek general election, the Socialist spoke to Andros Payiatsos from Xekinima (CWI in Greece)
7 January 2015
At the end of last year a constitutional crisis arose in austerity-ridden Greece with the failure to elect a president. An early general election to be called for 25 January with Syriza (a left party) leading the polls. The Socialist spoke to Andros Payiatsos from Xekinima (CWI in Greece)
11 June 2014
Syriza, the left party in Greece, is now the first party - 3.9 % ahead of right-wing capitalist party New Democracy in the European elections
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