ACCORDING to Alexis Tsipras, its prime minister, “Greece is once again becoming a normal country, regaining its political and financial independence.” Eight years since public-debt woes forced Greece to seek a bail-out from the euro zone and the IMF, the government returned to borrowing on financial markets on August 20th. It is now running a healthy primary-budget surplus (ie, once interest payments are excluded). And after years of depression and then stagnation, the economy is growing again. But the crisis is not yet firmly in the rear-view mirror