The World Next Week: December 11, 2014

Greece holds snap presidential elections; the Japanese parliament also holds elections; and the European Council holds a summit in Brussels.

December 11, 2014 — min
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James M. Lindsay

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Greece holds snap presidential elections; the Japanese parliament also holds elections; and the European Council holds a summit in Brussels.

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