It has been said the Greek crisis and its probable stop from using the Euro is economical, due to Greek’s liquidity problem, it did not pay the 700 billion dollars to the International Monetary Fond and for the moment founds itself on default, threatening from stopping using the Euro.
Europe, on his side demands the Hellenic country to fulfill there agreements, drops the expenditure and improves the public finances as well as the competitiveness o of the country and gets there economy out of crisis. Europe would prevent Greece to stop using the Euro.
What would happen if the background of this crisis was in reality geopolitical? Would it be better for Russia if Greece left the European community to have more access to the Mediterranean sea and to have control of a crucial point of entry and exit of the west?
It looks like Greece is the point of departure to a rupture with the Western World and a country with more far left politics like Spain would stick much more to the Russian axis. Are we seeing versions of the Cold War part II? Ana María Salazar argued this delicate theme with Xavier Serbia, who picks up the article from Robert D. Kaplan from Wall Street Journal, where he states the Greek crisis is more than just money.
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