Turkey becomes first domino for emerging market debtors as politics split country Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph
Greek Proposal on Bailout Standoff Not Acceptable, European Officials Say Wall Streeet Journal
‘Paperology’ continues, but mood darkens in Greece talks Financial Times
Dijsselbloem: Deal with Greece not at hand yet, rejects debt write-off Keep Talking Greece
GREECE HAD NO FEEDBACK FROM CREDITORS ON ITS PROPOSALS: GOVT @TradeDesk_Steve
Over in Greece, pharmacists have gone on strike. Guardian. In the liveblog, you need to scroll down:
Up and down the country pharmacies have brought down their shutters in a mass display of defiance over the industry being liberalized.
Pharmacists are enraged, that five years into the crisis, supermarkets will now be allowed to sell medications, a move that creditors say is long overdue and will boost competitiveness but which industry figures insist will undermine business.
The modern Greek tragedy Jeremy Bulow, Kenneth Rogoff , VoxEU
One really crucial date in the Greek battlefield unbalanced evolution
Greeks chose poverty, let them have their way Financial Times. An indicator of Euro elites circling the wagons.
Logistics 101: Where Does ISIS Get Its Guns? New Eastern Outlook (Gabriel)
U.S. Embracing a New Approach on Battling ISIS in Iraq New York Times
Big Brother is Watching You Watch
The FBI’s Own Surveillance Air Force Atlantic (Chuck L)
Obama lawyers asked secret court to ignore public court’s decision on spying Guardian (Chuck L)
Cyber-Espionage Case Reveals the Shabby State of Online Security MIT Technology Review< (furzy mouse)/blockquote>
Here’s how much corporations paid US senators to fast-track the TPP bill Guardian (Chuck L)
Remember When Jeb Bush Proposed Public Shamings for Unmarried Moms? Gawker (Chuck L)
Federal Louisiana judge orders release of ‘Angola Three’ inmate Reuters. EM: “More than 40 years in solitary … but hey, at least he ‘wasn’t tortured.'”
The Retirement Risk We All Share Greg Smith, TIME. This is the Greg Smith who quit Goldman and did what amounted to an exit interview via a New York Times op-ed.
The New World Order—A Faustian Bargain International Man (Chuck L). The early parts are simplistic, but it works its way to making some good observations.
Aspirational parents condemn their children to a desperate, joyless life George Monbiot Guardian. Today’s must read
Antidote du jour (Ron A):
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.