Mhairi McAlpine explains the situation of Golden Dawn - the fascist far-right party in Greece - and the current social and political context following the murder of an anti-fascist Greek rapper and increasing levels of poverty.
In an article originally published on Bella Caledonia, James Foley provides the background to the protests against Papandreou in the capital today.
Alex Tsipiras, President of the Parliamentary Group of SYRIZA, writes on the "strategy of colonization throughout the European South" of the German Government backed by finance capital and the meaning of the current crisis in Cyprus.
Mhairi McAlpine draws on both the history of Greek society and her own experience of the Greek crisis in order to understand misogyny on the left and wider society.
As part of the 'Women on the Left' series, Chris Walsh looks at the Bulgarian-born founding member of the Greek precarious worker's union PEKOP, Constantina Kuneva, who was subjected to horrific reactionary violence as a result of her endeavours in the service of women, migrants and the working class.
Mhairi Mcalpine reviews a radical Greek theatre production of a global post-capitalist utopia. She argues that at a time when Athenians are battling for everyday survival, it's important to have inspiration for revolutionary change.
The Greek fascists Golden Dawn now command 12% in the polls and are growing in strength on the streets. Jade McCarroll puts their rise into historical context and analyses the role of women in their movement and ideology.
Panagiotis Sotiris makes the case for Greece to exit from the Eurozone, not as an isolationist move, but as a new anti-capitalist internationalism.