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After the June 17th elections in Athens, what is the prospect for Greece, its economy and its place within the EU and the euro zone?  On his return from Athens and Cyprus (which will take over the EU rotating presidency as July 1st) Richard Werly will brief us online on the risk of a major economic and political catastrophe spreading from Athens, the birthplace of Europe.

 

As world leaders met for the G20 summit in Mexico, the Greek cloud darkens the sky of the European Union. After the June 17th elections in Athens, what is the prospect for Greece, its economy and its place within the EU and the euro zone? On his return from Athens and Cyprus (which will take over the EU rotating presidency as July 1st) Richard Werly will brief us online on the risk of a major economic and political catastrophe spreading from Athens, the birthplace of Europe.

The following questions will be addressed in a lively debate:

  • What can we expect after the Greek elections? Is there a chance to see a pro-European and pro-reforms government in Athens?
  • Can the euro survive a new round of crisis and convulsions in Greece?
  • Can Europe retain the trust of its partners as proves unable to respond to the crisis challenges?
  • What about Russia and China intervening to rescue Greece finances and slapping the face of the EU in the Balkans/Mediterranean region?
  • What is the real social situation in Greece nowadays? Are we witnessing social chaos and a highway to hell for the majority of Greeks?


To know more about Europe in the turmoil of its unending financial and debt crises, join us online for an E-briefings webinar on Thursday 21st June at 13:00 GMT (15:00CET)

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