Is Greece simply suffering from a crisis of identity?

Author George Zarkadakis thinks so and chracterizes the Greek crisis in terms of a modern Greek tragedy, in which Modern Greeks are struggling – and failing – to come to grips with global economic changes.

Writing in The Washington Post, Zarkadakis argues that today’s Greeks are like children of famous parents who “bask in impossible desires, unable to summon the self-confidence to make their own, independent way in the world.”

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