Opinion

Opinion

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We didn't learn a lot from Alexis Tsipras in his highly anticipated television appearance where he answered questions from the host and audience. We...

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By Costas Douzinas* This is why Syriza's negotiating strategy has to play to the European gallery and not just to the suits in the conference...

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Within a few weeks, Greece will not be able to pay salaries, pensions and loan obligations to the International Monetary Fund and other lenders, unless a bailout deal is reached.

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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...

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What do Alexis Tsipras, George Soros, Noam Chomsky, Yanis Varoufakis, James Galbraith, Costas Simitis, Standard & Poor's and the average Greek person on the...

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Pick up a stone off the ground, turn it upside down and you will soon discover another thriving virus of corruption lurking under it....

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Anyone reading coverage of last week’s Greek independence celebration at the White House cannot be faulted for thinking Greece is anything but a country...

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It would have been a news report: A few hundred more refugees and illegal migrants were set loose in downtown Athens. The story would...

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Tertiary student transfers from one institution to another for the 2013-2014 academic year have been deemed unconstitutional by the Council of State, meaning that...

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In the absence of true democracy and justice, the misconception that people elect a government in the interest of the people is a...

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No one can blame Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras for not trying hard enough to hold the country from falling off the cliff. Like a...

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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...