Greek Democracy Is Back

In a true Democracy no government, parliament or president, politicians or political parties have the legitimacy to make constitutional changes to alter the basic...

The Attack Against Papademos was the Second Against a Greek PM in 84 Years

The parcel bomb that exploded inside the car of former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademοs on Thursday was the second against a state leader...

Greek Universities on the Verge of Collapse

It recently took a crew of 25 municipal workers to clear the six-month-old mountains of garbage that had accumulated in the School of Philosophy...
Greek Debt

Could Greece’s Debt and Bailout Plan Be Illegal?

By Belén Olmos Giupponi*, University of Stirling As Greece and its international creditors race to agree on a bailout deal, the issue of the legality of...
Meaning, Symbolisms of Ancient Greek Alphabet letters

Decoding Hidden Meanings of Ancient Greek Alphabet Letters

According to the Greek Alphabet Code, letters of the Ancient Greek Alphabet reach out to our present times modified or “deformed”, compared to their original form,...

Why We Are All Destroying Greece

7hcOYs659uQ Greece, why did we destroy everything at Syntagma? The stairs, the benches, the camps that people had created protesting against a government...

Class-oriented Policies and Shameless Populism in the Greek Spin

The recent government decision to use its primary budget surplus in order to distribute a “social dividend” comes with yet another class-oriented policy spin....

Turkey’s Military Occupation in Cyprus

July and August in Cyprus always bring a volley of celebrations for some; commiserations and condemnations for others! This has been going on for...

Poor Christmas Manger Reflects Mood in Austerity-Stricken Athens

A poor, plastic, unimaginative Christmas manger placed in Omonoia Square in Athens reflects the sad mood of austerity-stricken citizens and a city ravaged by...
Greece

Greece: Land of Economic Tragedy or Entrepreneurial Opportunity?

Researcher Tom Kadala asked fifteen Greek young professionals in Athens to share their views on the future of Greece, including their comments and recommendations...

Greek Government Pretends to Win Battles Against Imaginary Enemies

One of the main principles of propaganda is to create imaginary enemies; vague, invisible entities, the "bad guys" in a simplified story of the...

Greece Celebrates Anniversary of November 17, 1973 Student Uprising Against Junta

On the 42nd anniversary of the November 17, 1973 student uprising against the colonels' dictatorship, a cold chill embraces Athens in light of the bloody...

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