July 2nd, 2015
Episode 634 of 1761 episodes
After years of crippling austerity, Greeks this week have confronted shuttered banks and long supermarket lines – the latest signs of their country’s escalating crisis. Now Greeks are about to vote in a referendum on whether to accept another tough international bail-out deal. What does this mean for the future of Greece and the eurozone? Also in this edition of Between the Lines, Australians’ views about Indonesia have sunk to their lowest point in eight years. According to the latest Lowy Institute survey, most Australians aren’t even aware that Indonesia is a democracy. So what’s going wrong in the Australia-Indonesia relationship.