Marie Christine Polymenacou shares her geopolitical report for May 25, 2012

Over the next few weeks, the fate of the Euro and European Union may become clearer, as the Irish and Greeks head for the polls for another round.

Marie Christine graduated from Deree College with a B.A. in Marketing, Advertising and Consumer Behaviour. She has served as fashion editor for a number of well-known magazines, including Harper’s, Esquire, Status, and Mondo Uomo. Her language proficiencies include Greek, English, Spanish, French, and Japanese.

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Tourists Also Tell Greece No
The Wall Street Journal
May 25, 2012
The political uncertainty dogging Greece ahead of its June 17 elections and fears the country could crash out of the euro zone has weighed on reservations in the past few weeks.

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The History of the European Union

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2 Responses to Marie Christine Polymenacou shares her geopolitical report for May 25, 2012

  1. ‘Yes Scotland’ wants divorce from UK, seeks a million for support
    YouTube video published on May 26, 2012 by RussiaToday
    Supporters of independence for Scotland have launched the campaign which they hope will let them break free of the 305-year-old union with England. The Scottish National Party are now gathering the one million signatures needed to call a referendum in 2014. But it won’t be easy, as Laura Smith explains.

  2. Nigel Farage – We Are on the Edge of a Total Social Breakdown
    King World News
    May 24, 2012
    “But do you know that every day there are people that are literally leaving their children at the doors of the Greek Orthodox Church, with notes around their necks saying, ‘We cannot afford to feed or look after these children, please take them from us.’ Can you imagine that? This is taking place inside Europe. This is taking place inside a once great nation. The nation that invented democracy. We are on the edge of total social breakdown…”

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