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Tema: Grækenland

Se også: Se også: Venstrefløj Grækenland; Krise og modstand - Grækenland; Grækenland: Valg 2015 og SYRIZA-regering

Se også: Venstrefløj Grækenland; Krise og modstand - Grækenland; Grækenland: Valg 2015 og SYRIZA-regering
Sigurd Sejer Skov + Marie Jæger: Rapport fra den internationale antiracistiske konference i Athen
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 349, nov 15 – side 14
Note: KEERFA (bevægelsen mod racisme og den fascistiske trussel i Grækenland) holdt i oktober en international konference for antiracister og antifascister.
Nikos Loudos: The Resistible Rise of Golden Dawn
Irish Marxist Review (Irland) nr. 9, mar 14 – side 17
Note: The meteoric electoral ascension of the Nazi party Golden Dawn in Greece sent shockwaves all over Europe. Up from the marginal 0.29% it polled in the elections of 2009, Golden Dawn gathered just under 7% in the national elections of May and June 2012 sending 18 Nazi MPs to the Greek parliament.
Thanasis Kampagiannis: Feedback: Greece, politics and Marxist strategy
International Socialism Journal nr. 138, apr 13 – side 173
Note: In International Socialism 136, Richard Seymour and Panos Garganas gave two different assessments of the political strategy the left should adopt in Greece. It is an important debate for revolutionaries in Greece and elsewhere.
Advarsler og håb fra Grækenland
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 327, mar 13 – side 7
Note: Grækenland er lige nu stedet, hvor EU’s nedskæringspolitik er mest ekstrem. Det er stedet, hvor arbejderklassens modstand er mest udviklet.
Migrants protest in Greece after death of street vendor
Socialist Worker nr. 2340, feb 13 – side 5
Note: Anti-racists joined Senegalese migrants to demonstrate outside Athens town hall on Thursday of last week, over the killing of a Senegalese street vendor.
Jørn Andersen: Valg i Europa
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 320, jun 12 – side 6
Note: Det græske valg har rystet magthaverne i Europa. Sarkozy er væk og Merkel er svækket. Det er de vigtigste resultater af maj måneds valg i Europa. Men valgene stiller lige så mange spørgsmål som de giver svar.
Greek workers keep up the fight with eighth general strike
Socialist Worker nr. 2241, mar 11 – side 6
Note: The eighth general strike against harsh austerity measures in less than 12 months hit Greece on Wednesday. It was as successful as the other strikes that have rocked the Pasok Labour-like government, despite the worsening of the economic situation and the length of time the struggle has been ongoing.
John Newsinger: British intervention and the Greek Revolution
Note: Even before the final surrender of Nazi Germany, British troops were engaged in a bloody attempt at suppressing the resistance movement in Greece, the Communist-led National Liberation Front.
Greek socialists take on a fascist in the council chamber
Socialist Worker nr. 2236, jan 11 
Note: Socialists in Greece are leading the fight against the government’s austerity programme and attempts to blame immigrants for the crisis. As part of this racist scapegoating, fascists had taken over parts of the Agios Panteleimonos area of Athens and attacked immigrants.
Simon Basketter + Panos Garganas + Sarah Ensor + Sadie Robinson: Europe – the gathering economic storm
Socialist Worker nr. 2183, jan 10 – side 8
Note: We look at snapshots of Ireland, Greece, Iceland and Spain – as governments rush to slash welfare spending, attack workers’ rights and increase taxes for ordinary people.
Matthew Cookson: Greece’s crisis is a warning to the world
Socialist Worker nr. 2182, dec 09 – side 4
Note: As the Greek economy lies in tatters, the government is planning savage cuts
Dora Teloni: Brutal police raid on refugees in Greece
Socialist Worker nr. 2161, jul 09 – side 4
Note: Dora Teloni spoke to Socialist Worker about how the Greek authorities’ destruction of a refugee camp is part of Europe’s war on the vulnerable
Nikos Loudos: Greek left’s obstacles and opportunities
Socialist Worker nr. 2160, jul 09 – side 6
Note: The effects of the December revolt that rocked the government are still being felt.
Panos Garganas: Interview: Greece after the explosion
International Socialism Journal nr. 122, apr 09 – side 15
Note: Panos Garganas, editor of the Greek newspaper Workers Solidarity, spoke to International Socialism about the latest developments in a country that has witnessed the emergence of powerful movements from below.
Greek protests continue to pressurise government
Socialist Worker nr. 2137, feb 09 – side 5
Note: Farmers’ protests in Greece have increased the pressure on the country’s right wing government, which had already been rocked by riots, strikes and protests in December.
Panos Garganas: „Vi er stadig på gaden i Grækenland“
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 10
Note: Panos Garganas er redaktør af Arbejdersolidaritet, Socialistisk Arbejderavis’s søsteravis i Grækenland. Han fortæller fra de seneste aktiviteter.
Giorgos Pittas: Brev fra Grækenland
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 10
Note: Vreden over regeringens nyliberale politik og politibrutalitet har sat gang i Grækenland, fortæller Giorgis Pittas.
Greek protests shake government
Socialist Worker nr. 2134, jan 09 – side 5
Note: The movement against Greece’s right wing government returned to the streets last week.
Huge protests, walkouts and strikes spread across the country following the police killing of Alexandros Grigoropoulos, a 15 year old boy, in Athens in December.
The anger over this and issues such as the economic crisis has not gone away.
Matthew Cookson: ‘We are still on the streets in Greece’
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 6
Note: Protests and strikes are leading to a growing radicalisation and increasing the pressure on the Greek government.
Panos Garganas: Feedback: The radical left: a richer mix
International Socialism Journal nr. 121, jan 09 – side 153
Note: Alex Callinicos takes the debate on the future of the radical left several steps forward with his article in the previous issue of International Socialism. This is very important. It is crucial to restate the need and the possibility of building a radical left that avoids the twin dangers of sectarianism and opportunism today. The difficulties arise as we try to deal with the problems that have cropped up after the crises in Rifondazione Comunista in Italy and Respect in Britain. Is it possible to deal with the tensions between right and left within such projects in an effective way? And how? No ready made recipe exists and therefore we need to address these questions urgently and clearly.
Giorgos Pittas: Letter from ...: Greece
Socialist Review nr. 332, jan 09 – side 9
Note: Anger at the government's neoliberal policies and police brutality has electrified Greece, reports Giorgos Pittas.
Millions of workers took part in the 10 December general strike. The whole country was paralysed as people demonstrated in Athens and other cities against the right wing New Democracy government, shouting, "Down with the murderers."
Mike Davis: In my opinion: The betrayed generation
Socialist Review nr. 332, jan 09 – side 13
Note: Our societies are supersaturated with unrecognised anger that can suddenly crystallise around a single incident of police abuse or state repression. Yet although the seeds of revolt have been so flagrantly sown bourgeois society seldom recognises its own harvest.
Panos Garganas: Greece: the struggle continues
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 1
Note: The anger that exploded in Greece following the police killing of 15 year old Alexandros Grigoropoulos is still raging.
Workers’ strikes, student occupations, walkouts by school students, mass demonstrations and clashes with the police are intensifying the pressure on the right wing New Democracy government.
Maria Styllou: Greece in revolt
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 8
Note: Revolutionary socialist Maria Styllou analyses the background to the mass rebellion, strikes and riots spreading through Greece following the police killing of a school student.
Evdokia Moustaka + Yiannis Theoharis: Voices from the Greek struggle
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 9
Note: Yiannis Theoharis is a member of the steering committee of the union of workers of the Intracom telecoms company in Athens. Evdokia Moustaka is a law student at the university of Athens.
Matthew Cookson: 1973: the student uprising that drove out the colonels in Greece
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 9
Note: One of the high points of resistance in Greece is the Athens Polytechnic uprising of 1973, which helped to sweep away the right wing dictatorship that ruled the country.
Greece's hot winter of protest continues (online only)
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 
Note: Mass protests and strikes are continuing in Greece, two weeks after the police killing of 15 year old Alexandros Grigoropoulos. The mass movement that has taken to the streets has intensified the pressure on the right wing New Democracy government. Alexandros’s killing has become a focus for all the general discontent in society.
Greek mass movement rises up against the state
Socialist Worker nr. 2131, dec 08 – side 16
Note: Panos Garganas spoke to Socialist Worker about the demonstrations shaking Greece
International protests
Socialist Worker nr. 2127, nov 08 – side 5
Note: Ireland, Greece
Europe’s growing wave of resistance to the crisis
Socialist Worker nr. 2126, nov 08 – side 2
Note: Across Europe there is a growing rebellion against attempts to make ordinary people pay for the economic crisis. Socialist Worker reports on the protests that have swept Greece, Italy and Germany in the past week
Donal Mac Fhearraigh + Leandros Bolaris + Paul Michael Garrett + Chris Bambery: A storm of protest is sweeping Europe
Socialist Worker nr. 2125, nov 08 – side 3
Note: Socialist Worker reports on how anger at the economic turmoil has filled the streets.
Suddenly Europe is aflame. There are mass demonstrations of workers on the streets, students in revolt in the colleges and schools, and pensioners are joining a movement to defend the welfare state they created.
In Italy, Greece and Ireland signs that working people are refusing to pay for the economic crisis and are fighting back are starting to show.
Chris Jones: Fort Europa på Samos: En græsk tragedie
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 280, jul 08 – side 8
Note: Da den britiske akademiker, Chris Jones, anerkendt for sine skrifter om radikalt socialt arbejde, flyttede til den lille græske ø Samos, opdagede han at han befandt sig ved en frontlinie. Han fortæller her om forholdene for desperate flygtninge, der sætter deres liv på spil for at flygte til Europa, og lokalsamfundets reaktioner.
Panos Garganas: Analysis: Interview: Greece—a very different picture
International Socialism Journal nr. 119, jul 08 – side 11
Note: Panos Garganas, editor of the Greek newspaper Workers Solidarity, spoke to International Socialism about the country’s strike wave
Chris Jones: Fortress Europe on Samos island: a Greek tragedy
Socialist Review nr. 326, jun 08 – side 22
Note: When British academic Chris Jones, acclaimed for his writing on radical social work, went to live on a small Greek island he discovered that he was living on a frontline. He reports on the plight of desperate refugees who risk their lives to escape to Europe, and the reaction of the community.
Katerina Thoidou: General strike victory in Greece
Socialist Worker nr. 2082, dec 07 – side 3
Note: The employment minister responsible for implementing controversial pension reforms in Greece, Vassilis Magginas, resigned last Saturday following a general strike that brought the country to a standstill.
Greek election sees drop in support for ruling party
Socialist Worker nr. 2069, sep 07 – side 5
Note: The general election in Greece last weekend saw the ruling right wing New Democracy party retain power with a reduced majority. The election also saw a swing to the left away from New Democracy and the New Labour-like Pasok party.
Greece: Greek fires threaten to engulf Tories
Socialist Worker nr. 2066, sep 07 – side 4
Note: The Greek Tory government has been increasingly blamed for what many see as an avoidable tragedy as forest fires continued to rage, killing at least 63 people.
Nikos Loudos: Analysis: Greece: waves from the student struggle
International Socialism Journal nr. 115, jul 07 – side 9
Note: The right wing government in Greece is likely to call an early general election this autumn following a year of resistance by workers and students. A wave of student struggle began in May 2006 and continued through to April 2007, forming the focus for a wider workers’ movement which has blunted the government’s neoliberal offensive.
Panos Garganas: Greece’s student movement
International Socialism Journal nr. 112, sep 06 – side 43
Note: Greek students followed in the footsteps of those in France and Chile to force a neoliberal government to back down.
Panos Garganas: Greece: A hot autumn lies ahead
Socialist Worker nr. 2007, jul 06 – side 4
Note: The struggle against the right wing Greek government’s privatisation plan for education is continuing
Greek phone tap scandal erupts
Socialist Worker nr. 1987, feb 06 
Note: A huge scandal associated with the “war on terror” is rocking Greece’s Tory government following revelations that about 100 mobile phones, including the prime minister’s, were tapped.
Rasmus Keis: Europas studenter har fået nok. Græske studenter i kamp
Socialistisk Revy nr. 12, feb 99 – side 16
Note: Igen og igen går studenterne på gaden rundt omkring i Europa. Rasmus Keis fortæller her om baggrunden for massedemonstrationerne og viser, at danske studerende bliver ramt af de samme nedskæringer og forringelser.
Grækenland har netop oplevet de største studenterdemonstrationer i 10 år, og det har rystet den socialdemokratiske regering.
Socialist Worker (UK): Grækenland: Generalstrejke mod socialdemokratisk regering
Socialistisk Revy nr. 4, maj 98 – side 6
Note: Grækenland blev rystet af en generalstrejke skærtorsdag vendt mod den socialdemokratiske regerings "moderniseringer". Under generalstrejken stoppede arbejdere bus-, tog- og færgelinier som et led i deres kamp for bedre løn og indførelsen af 35 timers arbejdsuge.
Grækenland: Statsansatte strejker
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 172, dec 97 – side 2
Note: Den græske fagforening for statsansatte gennemførte tirsdag 24/11 en 24-timers landsdækkende strejke.
Julie Waterson + Ian Taylor: The political crisis in Greece – An interview with Maria Styllou and Panos Garganos
International Socialism Journal nr. 52, sep 91 – side 83
Alex Callinicos: The foundations of the Athenian democracy (Ellen Meiksins Wood: "Peasant-Citizen and Slave: The Foundations of the Athenian Democracy")
International Socialism Journal nr. 40, sep 88 – side 119
Gerner Kristensen: Strejker i Grækenland: PASOK i knibe
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 28, apr 87 – side 12
Note: Den græske PASOK-arbejderregering har gjort det igen! Som et velkendt svar på en vaklende økonomi har statsminister Andreas Papandreou bekendtgjort, at nedskæringstogtet fortsætter.
Martin Arnoldsen: Arbejderflertal på græsk
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 16, jan 86 – side 8
Note: Forventningerne i Grækenland var kolossale, da det for første gang i Grækenlands historie lykkedes et socialistisk parti, PASOK, at vinde flertallet i parlamentet ved valget i 1981.

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