Five years after Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras capitulated to the Troika, the Left’s challenge to European neoliberalism is weaker than ever. The Greek case showed how the Left could exploit ruling-class crisis — but also the tragic consequences of a failure to prepare for power.
Panagiotis Sotiris works as a journalist in Athens and teaches at the Hellenic Open University. He is a member of the Historical Materialism editorial board.
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