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The Greek crisis is not the real threat to the eurozone

Greece’s troubles are a reminder, were one needed, that Europe is not a happy family

By Nick Carn  

Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras ©Alexandros Michailidis/Depo Photos/ABACAPRESS.COM

After the Greek referendum result yesterday Tsipras tweeted that the “No” vote was not a rejection of Europe but rather a mandate that strengthened his negotiating position. The fact that he continues to enjoy the tactical advantage was confirmed this morning by the spectacle of various senior euroland figures rapidly rowing back from the “No means out” position they occupied as recently as Saturday when their primary objective was still to influence the…

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