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[This chapter deals with the post-colonial nature of the Greek’s financial and political crisis of 2015. The decade-long financial crisis snowballed into a debt and currency crisis marking European politics and economy of last few years. The chapter shows how the Greek, and in a sense, the...
[The second chapter analyses the negotiations over debt restructuring between Athens and Brussels in the five months of February to July 2015 and shows how the Europeanist and democratic illusion of the Syriza leaders of Greece led them to ignoring the similarities between what we can call the...
[This chapter begins with the details of the deal between European Powers and Greece over debt restructuring, analyses the neoliberal programme of reshaping the Greek state through the deal, and then proceeds to unravel the phenomenon of Europe as the eternal illusion—the Europa to be rescued...
[This chapter discusses the post-colonial political, ideological, and discursive context in which migration appears as a “crisis” for Europe. Europe achieved continental unification through economic means, liberal constitutionalism, and currency union. It sets goals of peace and security that...
[The concluding chapter probes the structural link between European debt crisis and migration crisis. It summarises the narratives of the previous four chapters and argues that the European debt crisis and the migration crisis taken together are the signs of a transformation of Europe from being...
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