Founding Director, Kokkalis Program on Southeastern and East-Central Europe, Harvard Kennedy School; Director, Navarino Network; Associate Professor of International Relations, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens
Barker Center 133 (adjacent to Harvard Faculty Club)
Since 2010 when the Greek state was denied access to international capital markets, Greece has been experiencing a severe and deepening crisis that started as an economic crisis but quickly escalated into a social and political one. Despite three massive bail-out programs, Greece continues to suffer. The lecture will try to explore what went wrong, what could have been done differently, and what are the broader lessons learned for both Greece and the world, including ramifications for the architecture and politics of the Eurozone.