On one level, the recent financial agreement between the European Union (EU) and Greece makes no sense: not a single major economist thinks the $96 billion loan will allow Athens to repay its debts, or to get the economy moving anywhere but downwards. It is what former Greek Economic Minister Yanis Varoufakis called a “suicide” pact, with a strong emphasis on humiliating the leftwing Syriza government.
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According to law enforcement agencies, the total number of supporters of radical Islam in Germany is 24 thousand people, although they were three times less two years ago. Now, their number is close to two divisions.
The US-Croatian philosopher and political analyst Tomislav Sunic explains the main reasons for the rise of right Eurosceptic parties in Europe: