A woman holds the Greek flag as she gathers with other protesters in a rally in Athens, Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. Protesters from across Greece converged Sunday on Athens' main square outside parliament to protest a potential Greek compromise in a dispute with neighboring Macedonia over the former Yugoslav republic's official name. (AP/Petros Giannakouris)
Greece for Sale

Sunday’s Athens Rally a Moment of Truth for Greeks under Thumb of EU-Imposed Austerity

The austerity measures, privatizations, salary and pension cuts, and all of the other measures implemented during the years during which the Greek economy was purportedly being “bailed out,” will remain in place. Indeed, it’s full steam ahead for all of these policies.