Category Archives: Video από συνέδρια. τηλεοπτικές εκπομπές κλπ.- Videos from conferences, lectures, tv etc.

A short interview in Sputnik radio on Cyprus, 14/7/2017

A short interview in Sputnik radio on the Cyprus energy dispute and the collapse of the Cran Mondana talks, 14/7/2017




Παρέμβαση στη εκπομπή Θέσεις της Egnatia TV, 2-6-2017

Ακολουθεί το video της παρέμβασης μου στη εκπομπή Θέσεις της Egnatia TV στις 2-6-2017. Θέμα της συζήτησης με τον Χ.Καφτεράνη η οικονομική κατάσταση, το μνημονιακό πρόγραμμα αλλά και οι πολιτικές εξελίξεις.



Στ Μαυρουδέας Η Πολιτική Οικονομία της ΕΕ συνέντευξη στο Corfu TV, 27-4-2017

Σταύρος Μαυρουδέας – Συνέντευξη στο Corfu TV στις 27-4-2017 με αφορμή την εκδήλωση στον Όμιλο Μελέτης Επαναστατικής Θεωρίας «Η Πολιτική Οικονομία της ΕΕ: Μια Ιμπεριαλιστική Ολοκλήρωση σε Υπαρξιακή Κρίση» (Κέρκυρα 28/04/2017)

Ακολουθούν οι σύνδεσμοι της συνέντευξης



Comment in Press TV News in Brief program on the conclusion of the 2nd review of the Greek Adjustment Program and its inability to solve the Greek crisis

The video of my comment in Press TV’s News in Brief program on the conclusion of the 2nd review of the Greek Adjustment Program and its inability to solve the Greek crisis.

The transcript of the comment is the following:


Comment in Press TV News in Brief program on the conclusion of the 2nd review of the Greek Adjustment Program and its inability to solve the Greek crisis



The technical agreement (SLA) between the troika of Greece’s lenders (IMF-EU-ECB) – because a political agreement has to follow as well – is a sham. The whole bunch of declarations by the the IMF and the EU and the SYRIZA government are pretentious and not telling the truth. The Greek economy is in shambles. It is in a terrible condition with recession reigning for the seventh consecutive year. The Adjustment Program imposed upon the country by the EU and the IMF has aggravated this situation. Each review of this program and the additional austerity measures that are being taken within this program in order to bring it back in its own tracks aggravate further the recession of the Greek economy and the poverty of the great majority of the Greek people. In these conditions a dirty game is being played between the major partners of these agreements. The EU wants to impose these agreements upon Greece but it requires the tacit agreement of the IMF (that is by the US). The US, on the other hand, fear that they throw a lot of money in the desperate Greek case and also the new Trump administration has taken a more tough line towards the EU. This was the reason for which the negotiations for this second review took too long. That is the IMF created problems. The junior partner of this deal, that is the Greek government of SYRIZA, has capitulated completely. It gives whatever the foreign lenders require so long as the new austerity measures required are not to be applied during this and the next year. But to be applied by 2019, that is after the expiration of the SYRIZA government. This means that the new government would bear the costs and the burden of the new austerity measures. In total the new agreement does not solve the Greek crisis but it aggravates it as it puts another 3.5 to 4 bn euros austerity cuts upon a very weak economy. So, the problems lay ahead.


Το βίντεο της Ημερίδας της ΠΕΝΕΝ

Το βίντεο της Ημερίδας της ΠΕΝΕΝ με θέμα «Το θεσμικό πλαίσιο της ποντοπόρου Ναυτιλίας, η σχέση του εφοπλισμού με την χώρα, η συμβολή του στην οικονομία, τα προβλήματα του Ναυτεργατικού κόσμου και η εναλλακτική ριζοσπαστική επιλογή», Σάββατο 4/3/2017



Παρέμβαση στην εκπομπή ΤΑ ΛΕΜΕ, στη ΒΕΡΓΙΝΑ TV, 20-10-2016

Παρέμβαση στην εκπομπή ΤΑ ΛΕΜΕ, στη ΒΕΡΓΙΝΑ TV, 20-10-2016 για την οικονομική και κοινωνική επικαιρότητα



My comment in Press TV’s News bulletin on the refugee crisis, 5-10-2016

My comment in Press TV’s News bulletin on the refugee crisis, 5-10-2016

The main points of my intervention are the following:


The refugee crisis is caused by the collapse of several states and economies in Asia and Africa. This collapses certainly have internal causes but the Western powers played also a crucial role through their interventions. Prominent among them are the ‘regime changing’ policies of the US.

Europe, as the nearest safe heaven that offers superior living standards, is the main recipient of the refugee influx from these areas. Greece is at its forefront as one of the main entry points in the EU.

EU’s elites and dominant powers play a double game regarding the refugee crisis. On the one hand this influx helps them downsize wages and fend the demographic crisis of many European economies. On the other hand, it cannot afford an uncontrollable influx as these strains the already curtailed and burdened welfare system. Also the abrupt downsizing of wages foments social tensions and popular hostility and anger against the EU.

So the EU tries to manage the problem. Part of it management is turning certain euro-peripheral countries into ‘refugee concentration camps’ before filtering who and how many refugees it will admit to euro-core countries.

This is disastrous for this euro-peripheral economies as they are already terribly strained by the economic crisis, high unemployment, dismal wages and shrinking economies.

So the euro-peripheral eonomies are called to pay the price for Western interventions in Asia and Africa.