Cohabitation Not a Fair Solution!

Representatives of the gay organizations stated about the new reforms of cohabitation that it is not a fair solution from the government. This cohabitation reform...

Is Varoufakis’ Politics Driven Solely By Megalomania?

Last week, former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis launched in Berlin with much fanfare his new political movement, DIEM25, a pan-European movement with the...

Democracy vs Banks

Greece and the new Tsipras government have been facing a brutal attack by international creditors. A classic economic war has ensued between a lender...

The Telegraph: Shame on Europe for Betraying Greece

"Capitalism is triumphant as EU states sacrifice the Greek people in a desperate attempt to appease the gods of speculation," says William Wall from the Telegraph,  ...

Varoufakis Is Off the Pedestal

For the past three months, Greece's finance minister extraordinaire Yanis (with one 'n') Varoufakis has been the talk of every town, from Los Angeles...

The Price of a Hospital Blanket

  There is this place that attracts hundreds of pigeons that feast during the day and drop their muck covering windowsills and dead birds left...

Is Samaras Resorting to ‘Bank Run’ Threats?

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...

Tsipras Speaks of Growth While Companies Shut Down One After the Other

  One month ago it was Elektroniki Athinon, the biggest Greek owned appliance chain, yesterday it was Athens Ledra Hotel, former Ledra-Marriott, today it is...

The Museum of Cycladic Art Presents New Work from Jannis Kounellis

Jannis Kounellis will be exhibiting his new and site specific work at the Stathatos Mansion of the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens from...

Hello Class, My Name is Professor Papandreou Wagstaff Adams

Students at Harvard University's JFK School of Government pay around $40,000 a year or so to get the best education that money can buy...

Greek Elections: And Now…. All Bets Are Off!

Threatening howls have risen from the halls of “united” Europe at the announcement of snap general elections in Greece, scheduled for January 25, 2015, – elections which, most likely, will bring to power the populist left-wing SYRIZA party.

IMF Insists on Same Medicine That Destroyed the Greek Economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has admitted on several occasions in the recent past that it made serious errors in its assessment of the...

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