Tsipras Makes New Greek Cabinet Reshuffle to Appear More Open to the Center, Right

Tuesday's third cabinet reshuffle in three years shows that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is clutching at straws after a public outcry following the deadly...

New Bill Could Put ‘Last Nail in the Coffin’ for Greek Universities

Higher education in Greece has always been the plaything of education ministers who tried to put their mark in history by passing bills that...
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Syriza-led Government Has Lost Legitimacy: What’s Next?

In politics, there is a huge structural gap between rhetoric and action, and, if the Italian Renaissance political philosopher and historian Niccolò Machiavelli is...

Good Riddance, Venizelos, We Knew You Too Well

It’s almost impossible to overstate how much of a bloated opinion PASOK Anti-Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos has of himself, even as he is taking...

Corruption is Alive and Well in Greece Only the Cloak Has Changed

In just two days, the Alexis Tsipras government made two shows of semi-authoritarianism that don't fit with their loud declarations of fairness, social justice, battle...

When Greece Wrote Off German Debt in 1953 and How Germany Wants to Forget...

Greece's finance minister Constantinos Karamanlis signs the agreement for the German debt write off Germany could show some good behavior and write off a part...

Greek Tragedy Continues: New Austerity Measures After The Elections

The elections on May 6 are the first since the Greek crisis exploded, and come as the country desperately attempts to bring its finances...

Greek Elections: Foes Might End Up Friends After Ballot Boxes Close

In Greek politics, a statement that is repeated very often usually has the opposite meaning of what the politician says. For example, when a...

An Ode to Santorini’s Silent Workers: The Donkeys and Mules that Built Greece’s Paradise

By Michael Ermogenis* There is no excuse for animal abuse, exploitation or cruelty. Let’s just state that up front, so there is no confusion about...

Shocking Forbes Article: What Greece Really Needs is a Military Coup

“Instead of pouring euros down the drain, it would be much wiser for Germany to sponsor a military coup and solve the problem that...

The Possibility of a Referendum for Greece

The results of a new opinion poll were released today making us less wise about what Greeks really want, or don't want, regarding the...

Mudslinging, Bonds, ATMs and Piggy Banks

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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