Christiane looks at why protesters are saying the World Cup only benefits outsiders.
By Lucky Gold
We don’t need more time to hang ourselves
(CNN) – In the aftermath of its most recent election, will Greece remain in the eurozone, and will a pro-bailout government begin a recovery?
Yannis Varoufakis, Professor of Economics at the University of Athens doesn’t think so:
“Even if God, his angels and every good man and woman on this planet were to descend on Greece and form a government with a purpose and commitment to implement this bailout agreement, it would simply not be possible.”
Appearing Tuesday on Amanpour, Varoufakis went even further: “We don’t need more time to hang ourselves. We don’t need different dosages of the same poison. We need another approach.”
Varoufakis warned that “what Greece has done is to prolong a very agonizing death. It is bringing down with it, yet again, spreading contagion to the rest of Europe…What is happening here in Greece is the template which is being imposed upon Spain.”
Calling it a “death embrace between insolvent banks and insolvent states,” Varoufakis cautioned that “Greece is quite small and insignificant, but Spain is too large to ignore and it is bringing down with it the whole of the eurozone.” FULL POST
Part 1: Who is Mohamed Morsi? Christiane Amanpour speaks with a representative of the Muslim Brotherhood and an activist who spent time with Mohamed Morsi in Prison to find out who the man is and how he would lead. Part 2: The legacy of the revolution More than a year after protestors in Tahrir Square ousted Hosni Mubarak, as Egyptians face a military that is reluctant to cede power, what is the legacy of the revolution? PLUS: History repeats As a new page in Egypt's history begins, Christiane Amanpour remembers a time in the country's history when the military and Islamists ruled side by side.
CNN speaks with a representative of the Muslim Brotherhood and an activist who spent time with Mohamed Morsi in Prison
What has changed in Egypt more than a year after protestors in Tahrir Square ousted Hosni Mubarak?