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Greek elections: can Syriza get what it wants from Brussels?

"There will be no Grexit—at least for the time being"

By George Magnus  

Syriza's Alexis Tsipras will be happy this morning; but the world is watching for his next move. © Michael Debets/Zuma Press/Press Association Images

It took Odysseus a decade to return to Greece from Troy and become king. It has taken Greek’s left wing Syriza coalition three years to go from something barely recognisable as a modern political party to winning an election just a couple of seats shy of…

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