News analysis elsewhere

Alexis Tsipras, Syriza party leader, signs papers appointing him as Greece"s prime minister. Image copyright Reuters
Image caption Tsipras is the new prime minister of Greece

The implications of the vote in Greece continue to dominate in terms of analysis.

What didn't happen can sometimes spook people as much as what did.

The initial market reaction appeared relatively sanguine, sparking bafflement in some quarters.

But this piece in the Telegraph argues that this is because the markets have yet to grasp the scale of the rift between EU creditors and the new Greek leaders, and that a showdown is inevitable.

This piece in the New York Times argues that the vote for Syriza highlights a deeper fault line in Europe.

Elsewhere, the question is what exactly happens now. Who blinks first?

The stage is set for a challenge to Europe's prevailing economic orthodoxy, according to this analysis in the Wall Street Journal.

The New Yorker maintains that it was only a matter of time before Greeks turned to Syriza and that the vote sends a clear warning to the rest of Europe's leaders.

With just 100 days to go to the General Election, the Independent takes a close look at what it says will be the 100 seats that decide the result.