"Europe is the continent that started this mess and bears the responsibility for leading the way out," author and former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told Newsweek.
Progressives must learn from 1930, when people 'failed to reach across borders and political party lines to stop the rot.'
Many radical and progressive voters have become disillusioned with the bloc in recent years.
The former Greek finance minister admire the intellectual strength of those making the case for Brexit.
The U.K. and Sweden risk becoming "rogue nations" for ignoring the U.N. human rights ruling on Assange.
The former Greek Finance Minister has a new radical project—restoring people power to the EU.
A new movement formed by the former Greek Finance Minister seeks to bring power back to Europe's people.
Reports indicate that the prime minister could call a confidence vote, which may trigger fresh elections and jeopardize the bailout.
Varoufakis had campaigned for Sunday's sweeping 'No' vote, accusing Greece' creditors of "terrorism".
The finance minister said he would rather cut off his own arm than accept a bailout without debt relief.
Yanis Varoufakis was dining with his wife when protesters threw "glass objects" and verbally abused him.
Greek prime minister shakes up negotiating team and takes controversial finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, out of the limelight.
Experts say that the last minute clamp down is too little too late.
Angela Merkel says Grexit must be prevented while Varoufakis writes that disagreements with creditors are "not unbridgeable".
The environment minister has revoked a license leaving gold stuck in a mine in northern Greece.
Eurogroup says Athens's reforms are too optimistic, urges Greece to tackle issues of pensions and labour markets.
Finance minister pledges to "reform Greece deeply" as deadline for €450 million loan repayment to IMF approaches.
A report in Germany's Bild newspaper had said that the decision for Varoufakis to stand down had already been taken.
Athens is rushing to get the list ready before state coffers run empty, expected in a few weeks without more aid.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed no money would be released before Athens implements budget measures and reforms.
The couple from Hamburg donated the money when they visited a town hall in Nafplio.
Organisers Blockupy estimated that about 10,000 demonstrators from across Europe were at the rally.
Relations between Germany and Greece fraying as German finance minister accuses Athens of "destroying all trust".