In: Greece

Beyond Belief: the modern tragedy of refugees
April 26, 2017

Refugee levels have increased significantly recently due to conflicts globally. Today a total of 65.3 million people around the world have…

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Reform fatigue in Greece
March 28, 2017

The first time Greece “starred” on the global politics scene, many were intrigued by the particularities and magnitude of its politico-economic…

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Dog fights in the Aegean: Instability on the European frontline in the face of a leaderless free world
January 22, 2017

On December 4th while the Greek defense minister was visiting the small island of Kastelorizo on the frontier with Turkey, four…

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Inequality as cause of the Greek crisis
October 13, 2015

Written in collaboration with Dr. Winfred van de Put A sunny night in Glyfada, the beautiful people of Athens entrust their…

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Maritime Delimitation Agreement between Albania and Greece and the reasons for its failure
July 20, 2015

The third week of July, marked the visit of Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs in Albania. Regardless of the diplomatic tensions the two…

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The Greek bail-out negotiations: The moral dimension of debt
March 23, 2015

Editor’s Note: This article is written by our guest contributors Jaakko Hillo[1] and Amy Dunne.[2] “For us it is a moral and…

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A Grexit is not the solution
January 23, 2015

Coming Sunday (Jan. 25), Greece will elect a new parliament. The populist left party Syriza is ahead in the polls at…

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