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Episode 74: What Greece Means for Europe

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Grexit May Be Europe’s Teaching Moment
Andrew A. Michta

Good evening, listeners! We have an excellent episode for you this week. Our host, Richard Aldous, welcomes Andrew A. Michta back to the program to discuss the unraveling situation in Greece.

Andrew A. Michta, the M. W. Buckman Professor of International Studies at Rhodes College, an adjunct fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and the incoming professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College, returns to the show to reflect on the looming Grexit and what it will mean for Europe. Michta sees the present crisis as a wake-up call for the leading countries of Europe, especially Germany and France, as well as a sign that the bill for Europe’s growing democracy deficit is at long last beginning to come due.

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Published on: July 7, 2015
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