Any visit of a Greek Prime Minister to Washington carries special weight and it is usually surrounded by extreme expectations and over-analysis of the smallest possible detail. The Prime Minister’s Washington visit has the appearance of a rushed nature. Since there are only a few days to pull the George Papandreou visit together, I would like to offer preliminary observations about what is likely, based on my time as an “insider,” as Senior Desk Officer for Greece at the State ...

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