We could be looking at anything from full communism to nuclear war.
Some will be voting yes to more austerity and being part of Europe, some will be voting no, and then there are those who will be going on holiday.
Thousands are demonstrating as the European Central Bank unveiled a very expensive new HQ in Germany and violence between police and protesters has left scores injured.
Supporters say the anti-austerity economist is the right man for the job in times of crisis. Critics accuse him of wanting to bankrupt the country, and take it out of the Eurozone.
Syriza's win on Sunday was a historic moment for the European left, but it remains to be seen what the legacy of this victory will be.
Today, David Cameron will chair the G8 in Northern Ireland. While he's there, he'll be dodging awkward questions about the virtues of austerity—a couple of weeks after the culprits behind the biggest experiment in austerity's history admitted that it...
On Tuesday, it was announced that the ERT—Greece's public television network—would be closed down as part of austerity measures the country agreed to when it was bailed out in 2010. Soon after the announcement was made, laid-off workers returned to...
A handy little roundup of the Europe-wide anti-austerity protests.
Yet again, the familiar sight of Greeks fighting Greeks hit the news on Wednesday as protesters clashed with riot police in Athens. One hundred thousand protesters crammed into Syntagma Square on the second day of a 48-hour strike, coinciding with a...