The APC Blog
Friday, 30 July 2010
by Walden Bello
Promoted as rescuing Greece, the massive 110-billion-euro package, put together by the dominant Eurozone governments and the International Monetary Fund, will largely go toward rescuing the banks from their irresponsible, unregulated lending frenzy. Are there alternatives? Argentina's response in 2003 is one. Read more as Walden Bello analyzes the role of the banks and the IMF in Greece in context of North-South history since the 1980s.
Foreign Policy in Focus (7/14/2010)
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