Rewatching The Lost Stallone/Pelé Nazi Soccer Epic "Victory" 35 Years Later
Stallone defeated communism in "Rocky IV," but the film in which he teamed up with Pelé and Michael Caine to beat the Nazis at soccer is forgotten. Let's fix that.
Finland Plans to Give All Its Citizens $875 a Month; Should Other Countries Follow Suit?
We spoke to the economics expert advising the Finnish government on their plans to give every citizen a basic income.
We Remember When We Were Excited for the Euro
Our European editors look back at a time when a single currency promised to unite and protect Europe.
We Asked an Expert if Britain Could Ever Collapse Economically Like Greece
If Britain gets as bad as Greece, it would mean the whole system of capitalism is screwed.
Douglas Coupland: Greece and the Curse of Leisure
Until recently Greeks were able to spend their days doing nothing, which was nice; now they have to spend their days with nothing to do, which is scary. This is your future, too.
'This Is War': My Time Among the Angry, Anti-EU Greeks of Crete
A personal look into how austerity measures and the economic crisis have affected Greeks in Chania, Crete, some of Greece's most fervent anti-austerity citizens.
Ranbir Singh Sidhu
What Young Greeks Think About the Bailout Agreement
"This is a disgrace for Europe and a real humiliation for the pride of our people. I hope we make it."
Explaining Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's Anti-Austerity 'Rock Star'
Paul Mason's foreword from <i>The Global Minotaur: America, Europe, and the Future of the Global Economy</i> by Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's ex-finance minister who resigned this morning.
We Asked the Homeless of Athens About the Greek Referendum and Possible Bankruptcy
"Whatever happens, I think this bridge I live under will fill up fast and none of us will be getting out of here any time soon."
Five Predictions for How the Greek Crisis Could Play Out
We could be looking at anything from full communism to nuclear war.
Greeks Filled Athens' Syntagma Square to Say 'Yes' to the EU Bailout Plan Last Night
Many preferred the idea of austerity and budget cuts to the fear of the unknown.
Greece Has a Long History of Debt and Bankruptcy
The country filed for bankruptcy before it was even a sovereign state.
Antonis Diniakos and Giannis Androulidakis