Michael J. Strauss

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Nations sometimes lease pieces of their territory to one another, and the resulting servitude typically benefits both parties: One gets the use of additional space while the other is compensated financially, politically, or in some other way.

Nearly every lease has been created at the behest of the country that sought to gain from the added territory, but there is no reason why such an arrangement can’t be instigated by the nation that would benefit from the compensation. Financially ailing Greece would do well to consider this as an alternative to some of the austerity measures that are provoking unrest and disruptions.…  Seguir leyendo »