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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...

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The awaited agreement on the Greek debt is very unlikely to be signed today, as both sides remain rigid in their demands. However, this...

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What’s the future? It is a question many are asking, irrespective of country or context. Even an abridged catalogue of what ails our world...

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As Greece 's negotiations with Europe over the state debt continue and with Monday's crucial Eurogroup looming, there is an air of optimism blowing...

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There is a serious political and economic clash going on deep inside the EU chambers. The newly elected Tsipras government has triggered a tsunami...

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OpEd by David Marsh* Yanis Varoufakis is an unlikely minister from an impossible country heading for an improbable victory. When he strides, tieless and tireless,...

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The announcement of the new Greek government policy by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was very touching to a populace that has suffered five years...

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Says Hope is back

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Now that TieGate has thankfully ended, dynamic duo Alexis Tsipras and Yianis Varoufakis, fresh from unwittingly disparaging la cravate on their European roadshow, return...

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By Helen King*, Open University The science and morality of creating a life with DNA from three different individuals is hot news. The UK parliament has...