"Critic" a report on Greece by STRATFOR
Strong misunderstanding as that for the next three years only geopolitical, economic and social ills, the worst since the founding of the Greek state in 1830, which also believes that modern Greece is in terms of alliances in an even worse position than it was before the Revolution of 1821. Feature is the report of Stratford, which conclude by making the assertion that "Greece is the first time since 1820 that are really geopolitical problems.
The highly negative report of the institute that brings together some of the top U.S. geostrategic analysts who routinely pre-occupation with the STRATFOR employed in government positions (CIA, State Department etc.), provides for the short term the greek national future: Critical reduce the geopolitical role in the Balkan region, scripts totalitarian internal collapse, paralysis of political control, social upsurge in the use of violent practices, progressive detachment from the major powers, political instability significantly, and leaving the Eurozone!
And even the exit from the euro zone, says STRATFOR, will take place when other members of the eurozone assurance that they will have a serious impact on their economies."The three years will be decisive for the formation of modern post-revolutionary by the Greek State, the country's history,That is according to STRATFOR, Greece should be reconciled with the idea of geopolitics eclipse and not find a new role. Politically this evolution can not explain - everything according to the authors of the report. "However, the current economic crisis described and mainly from Western media as a result of Greek laziness, irresponsibility and surcharges in effect expands the perpetually unprofitable debt and internal and especially external debt of the country.
Continuing, analysts explain that "Greece, including addressing the real threat to the Aegean (SS acknowledge the threat, but do not understand the Greek equipment or do not understand the reasons behind them ...) had no alternative but be charged after the loss of interest by Western patrons partners "to fill that: "Today, Greece can not be dreaming that it can achieve its geopolitical fifth goal, namely the sovereignty of the eastern Mediterranean.
But some conclusions are: Greece has never sought dominance in the Eastern Mediterranean, but a strong presence, given the need to defend its national interests across where live Greeks on Cyprus and Balkan Region.