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  • The mystery of the Argentinian default - Part B

    The mystery of the Argentinian default - Part B
    The New Files present a two-part documentary examining the parallels between Greece's debt crisis and the most highly debated crisis within Greece, that of Argentina's economy in 2001. The New Files' Eleni Varvitsioti travels to Argentina and meets with all the protagonists of 2001 meltdown, investigates the looting, the hunger and the challenges Argentinians were faced with in 2001 as well as the current state of Argentina's economy. In a series of exclusive interviews with - among others - former President of the country Fernando De la Rua, whose famous leaving the Casa Rosada with an Air Force helicopter became the iconic image of the Argentinian crisis, Mario Blejer, former Central banker of Argentina who was tas...

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  • The mystery of the Argentinian default - Part A

    The mystery of the Argentinian default - Part A
    The New Files present a two-part documentary examining the parallels between Greece's debt crisis and the most highly debated crisis within Greece, that of Argentina's economy in 2001. The New Files' Eleni Varvitsioti travels to Argentina and meets with all the protagonists of 2001 meltdown, investigates the looting, the hunger and the challenges Argentinians were faced with in 2001 as well as the current state of Argentina's economy. In a series of exclusive interviews with - among others - former President of the country Fernando De la Rua, whose famous leaving the Casa Rosada with an Air Force helicopter became the iconic image of the Argentinian crisis, Mario Blejer, former Central banker of Argentina who was tas...

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  • Hugo Dixon on Cyprus

    Hugo Dixon on Cyprus
    Editor-at-large and creator of Reuters' Breakinviews Hugo Dixon speaks to the New Files' Sofia Papaionnou from London and provides an insight to the international markets' reaction to the Cyprus bailout plan. 
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  • Was Cyprus really saved?

    Was Cyprus really saved?

    Editor-at-large and creator of Reuters' Breakinviews Hugo Dixon joins the New Files' Sofia Papaionnou in London to discuss the international markets' reaction to the Cyprus bailout plan. 

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  • Israel's apology to Turkey over Gaza flotilla raid

    Israel's apology to Turkey over Gaza flotilla raid
    In a rare diplomatic development and while the economic crisis monopolized news coverage in Cyprus last week Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu apologized to Turkey's Erdogan over the Gaza flotilla raid. The New Files' Sofia Papaioannou spoke to Alon Liel, former Director General of the Foreign Ministry of Israel and one of Israel's authorities on Israeli-Turkish relations in an effort to understand what this sudden rapprochement means for Cyprus, Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean in general. 
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