Giulio Sapelli, a University of Milan economist who has advocated for a forgiveness of Greek debt, fears more than anything the decadence of the economic thinking of Brussels technocrats who “know nothing about of finance.”
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, at a meeting of the Syriza central committee, called this “a crucial year for Europe.” In Sapelli’s view, the premier should not accept any more blackmail from Europe and to prepare for an exit from the union. If Le Pen wins, the professor doesn’t see any hope for the E.U. “France has always been the political heart of Europe.” He spoke with il manifesto.
Here we go again. We’re talking about Grexit.
Of course. It was entirely predictable. Neither the economic nor the institutional conditions have changed.
So this requires a different approach to the crisis from Europe and the United States?