Just as elsewhere in Europe in the 1930s, Greece's current economic depression has shaken its politics. In January, the far-leftist party Syriza won a stunning election victory by promising to renegotiate the country's huge debts and end crippling budget cuts. Can it lead Greece out of crisis?
Joining the program are:
Natassa Romanou, founder of Syriza's New York chapter
Maria Margaronis, Europe correspondent and contributing editor for The Nation
Jacob Kirkegaard, senior fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics