The new Tsipras: Syriza leader wins after split with radical left (part 1)

On Sunday, Alexis Tsipras won the snap election he called after agreeing to harsh bailout terms. When his Syriza party won in January, European anti-austerity parties hoped for a new movement that promised to stand up to Brussels, Berlin and the banks. Did Tsipras get a better deal? What have we learned in the past nine months, in places like Spain and the UK where the hard-left is on the rise, or in France and northern Europe where the far-right hopes to cash in on the frustrations of voters?