A lot of people around the world are watching the Greek crisis unfold. Americans may be mezzo-mezzo. But elsewhere, a lot of folks are wondering if they can learn some lessons from the Greek experience. Like Africa!
Every day, hundreds of refugees are arriving on the shores of the vacation paradise of Lesbos. It's one of the largest Greek islands and it sits a short way off the coast of Turkey in the Aegean Sea. Authorities there are struggling to deal with the large numbers of migrants seeking entry into Europe.
There are two camps on the Greek debt crisis: It's the biggest disaster for European unity since the end of World War II, or it's a big deal, but not nearly as big as it's being made out to be. Only time will tell who's right.