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They say that justice should be blind, but in Greece it seems that justice has perfect vision and winks slyly when it wants to. Tuesday's...

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On February 20, Greece and its European partners decided to move forward by agreeing that the new government will implement much-needed reforms in exchange...

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As the Greek state coffers look conspicuously empty and the tension created between the Finance Ministers of Greece and Germany doesn't seem to ease...

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It is claimed that the cradle of modern civilization can be attributed greatly to the influence of the Hellenic culture; a culture that has...

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If Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis were an investment banker, say from Deustche Bank or HSBC, or even Chancellor of the Exchequer, Twitter would...

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With Greece and its strictest European creditor, Germany, trapped into a new "word battle" game over the terms of Greece's bailout plan, the impersonal financial jargon...

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Deputy Sports Minister Stavros Kontonis has proved once again that in Greek politics, a Minister doesn't necessarily need to have any idea of the...

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In the past five months the words "critical Eurogroup" are repeated like a mantra on the lips of journalists and Greek citizens alike. Every...

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A little over a month in the Maximos Mansion and it seems that the Greek government officials are in constant competition with each other...

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The geopolitical changes in the Eastern Mediterranean have become like shifting sand; land is gained and lands are lost; souls vanquish and lives perish...

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The official statements after each occurrence of football violence remind one of Groundhog Day: The same condemnations of violence, the same vague threats against...

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has achieved a lot using his charisma. He won the election, he formed a government immediately and got to...