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By Andrew Chugg* I wrote my initial article on this question on the morning of 6th September, a day before the announcement of the discovery...

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All's fair in love and war, they say. But a look inside the Greek parliament shows that there is no love. What is certainly lacking...

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By Andrew Chugg* I wrote my initial article on this question on the morning of 6th September, a day before the announcement of the discovery...

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It seems that the spirit of ancient Greece has come to the rescue of suffering, debt-stricken, contemporary Greece. How else can one explain that...

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In October 1981, a major transformation occurred in Greek politics. It was the first time in Greece's history that a socialist party won the elections and...

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A few years ago, the Greek Tourism Organization launched a campaign dubbed "Live Your Myth in Greece." It was good, catchy, and it worked....

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It is nothing but ironic that the once-mighty conservative New Democracy party celebrated its 40th anniversary amidst a whirlwind of public disaffection, internal arguments,...

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One can never cease to marvel at the ways Greek politicians choose to handle difficult situations. The recent case of Kostas Katsoulis – a fan so...

Greece

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In the 5th year of the Greek economic crisis, Greece has good fiscal news as it continues to build a primary surplus, but for debt, reforms and unemployment it has made only limited progress.

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By Andrew Chugg* I wrote my initial article on this question on the morning of 6th September (a day before the announcement of the discovery...

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The most important thing to remember when dealing with banks is a simple rule; banks are a business, motivated by profit. Banks are not...

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New Democracy MP Adonis Georgiadis is known for his eccentric, occasionally provocative statements. Since his days as the Greek Minister of Shipping, Georgiadis has made...