I wonder if Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his close aides have ever seriously questioned their strategy vis-a-vis international leaders and officials. Tsipras may be enjoying sky-high popularity in the opinion polls and he may strike a chord with our collective subconscious, but he is doing things wrong.
Take for example his Sunday op-ed in Le Monde. The article did not win him any friends or allies in Paris, Brussels or anywhere else. In it, Tsipras was either playing the blame game in the event of an impasse with Greece’s lenders or was exclusively addressing the audience at home.