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In an interview on Der Spiegel International, head of the EU border agency Frontex, Fabrice Leggeri puts Europe’s refugee/migrant crisis in perspective when he...

The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) hawkish attitude towards Greece has many people perplexed, but there is nothing surprising about it: the Fund is notoriously...

A few days ago, Gideon Rachman argued in The Financial Times that a good deal addressing both Europe’s refugee problem and the Greek debt...

Having long ago lost its sovereignty in return for bailouts, Greece finds itself now in a position where its borders could be sealed off...

The Schengen issue was not discussed at the EU ministers meeting in Amsterdam, Greek Alternate Migration Minister Yiannis Mouzalas noted, revealing that only the Belgian...

Bilateral relations, the refugee issue, the crises in several regions as well as the Cyprus issue were among the topics discussed during a working...

The European Commission released today (January 21, 2016) its 2015 Employment and Social Developments review, which bears the subtitle "Investing in people is key...

A few days ago, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said that Greece was not opposed to IMF’s participation in the new bailout program, which...

Greece will make every effort to utilize every funding mechanism available to help the economy, Deputy Minister for NSRF Alexis Charitsis said on Tuesday...

Nepotism, favoritism, and cronyism have become such pervasive phenomena in financially bankrupt and poverty-stricken Greece under the Syriza-led government that EU officials are warning...

Tax revenue, including social contributions, stood at 39% of GDP in Greece in 2014, up from 33.5% in 2010 and 38.3% in 2013, Eurostat...

Greek Alternate Minister for European Affairs Nikos Xydakis hailed his country's role in saving the lives of refugees in 2015, saying it "saved Europe’s...