A Little Context for the Greek Debt Crisis

If you’ve paid even the slightest bit of attention to international affairs, you’d know that Greece has been in economic trouble since the Great Recession, which resulted in the Greek Debt Crisis a year later. The subsequent handling of the crisis between Greece and its creditors is an issue that I’m looking forward to discussing in the future. However, I’d like to discuss a different aspect of Greece and the Eurozone. The Eurozone refers to countries within the European Union, whom, once they’ve met certain financial requirements, may ditch their local currency, and adopt the Euro. Having a common currency Continue reading A Little Context for the Greek Debt Crisis