Greece's tragedy – and Europe's – has entered a new act. Popular upheaval and political stalemate have raised severe doubts about the country's ability to meet its financial commitments, and thus about whether it can remain in the eurozone. As Greeks prepare to go to the polls again, Project Syndicate contributors examine the causes and consequences of their country's meltdown.

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