- Angela Merkel - euro - François Hollande - Greece
Greek exit - the chronicle of a death foretold
In today's pick of the press - should Greece's exit strategy have been planned for years ago, and will Hollande manage to convince Merkel of anything?
The Independent says Greece pulling out of the euro was always going to happen - and should have been planned for years ago - while the Guardian looks at various different exit scenarios, all of them fairly apocalyptic.
There's more optimism about Hollande and Merkel - the New York Times says the new president is probably easier to get on with than Sarkozy, while Der Tagesspiegel says Merkel needs to realise that growth would help her out electorally too.