Tag: Eurozone

  The river of humanity continues its flow to lands offering hope for life and sanctuary.  The scenes are hard to know and even more difficult to comprehend.  They move by the millions. Each person has a story and each tale its variations on a common theme that threads and connects lives with a single […]

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    Is the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, the “Sin Eater” of what has delivered his country into its current economic crisis? On the other hand, is he a pragmatic left leaning hawk seeking to ease Greece into its monetary and fiscal reformation? In truth, depending on the interested observer he is neither or […]

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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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