Marcus Walker

Wall Street Journal

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European economics correspondent, and former Berlin correspondent, for the Wall Street Journal

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In Greece, three years of austerity and a weak economy are straining not just political stability but family unity.

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It seemed like a fact of geopolitical life that would never change: the  Berlin Wall , part of the aftermath of World War II and an unyielding reality of the Cold War.

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