Tag: Angela Merkel

Something awesome happened during the period of the Greek economic crisis. Through the angst of monetary collapse, the nascent politics of FM Yanis Varoufakis’ came to be. It was a quiet emergence from a womb of bitter contention. Everyone understood that the Greeks were getting a raw deal. It was a matter of signing on […]

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It’s as if by magic that we expect the world economy to suddenly correct itself; even more to expect our populaces to elect leaders with miraculous qualities of leadership. We listen to the content in talking points to assuage our hungers for balance and plenty. We often forget that leaders are people and people bring […]

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                        There exist today countries joined by fear of the future. Yet they are hopeful that past transgressions and poor decisions will not destroy the struggles of generations. At the threshold of forever change, stand two female warriors. They stand with no outward show […]

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