I haven't read the document, and I am not going to, mostly because its long and very boring.
Just to add my thoughts on the matter.
Greece should have been cast adrift as soon as the rest of the Eurozone realised just how much debt it had, how negative the economy was, how negative future growth looked to be and how little Greece could really do to sort itself out.
A couple of points.
1.) Greece should never have been allowed to join the Euro because of its financial situation as well as the rest of its economy in general, it was never strong enough to be part of the Euro. This is not a specific criticism of any particular government, but of many governments fiscal and monetary policies over decades, the simple fact that Several Greek governments lied and "cooked the books" to join the Euro is a very damning piece of evidence - and for what.?
2.) However the aforementioned Greek governments had no need to do such things at all, it was not in the long-term interests of Greece to join the Euro simply because of the very strong boom/bust nature of Greece. The fact that Eurozone countries cant change their interest rates, re-value their currency vs others is a severe problem as we can all see today, Germany is doing OK, and has done rather well over the last 3-years, other countries have not. If Greece had never joined the Euro, Greece would be in a far better (but still bad) position, and so would the rest of the world.
As for the debt, there are 2 stories in the news, but people only seem to pay attention to one of them and that is the "new bailout", people somehow seem to skip the other bit of news that 100 Billion Euro's of debt, just add them together to get a slightly more realistic idea of the problem, Greece has just been given another 230 Billion Euro's...... It will be interesting to see how long it will be before there is another debt write-off (essentially giving away more money), or another Bailout, or whether they will eventually let Greece out of their noose.
Personally when I heard about the problems Greece was having and the lies they had told to be part of the Euro, I thought that they should have been told to get their printing presses dusted and start printing Drachma's again. As mentioned before this was for Greece, and the Greek people as much as it is for the rest of the Eurozone and indeed the world.
May I also add my sympathies with the Greek people who were persuaded years ago that being a member of the Eurozone would improve the lives of the Greek people, that was not so much a "lie" as it was deception by only telling part of the story. Yes being a user of the Euro would give the Greek people and government a very low borrowing cost, this improved Greece and its inhabitants lives a lot and quickly, however, when the proverbial "shit and fan" come together people realise the truth. The truth is that the Euro was essentially a huge credit card for Greece and its people, now its time to repay that credit card bill and no one has the money to pay it - oops. The rest of the Eurozone countries will have to pay the bill - mostly the Germans - which is fine by me, financially speaking Germany won the second world war, now its payback