Is Greece Turning Into an Ellis Island?

A European official, under conditions of anonymity, said that Greece is to become an Ellis Island, the anteroom for entry into the presumed economic...

It is the Turn of Archaeologists to Put Hurdles on Hellinikon Investment

In the past few days, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras parades in companies and speaks of investments, growth and successful business practices. It is obvious...

Giannis Mpoutaris, “Soros Gives Money to the Poor, But What About Other Greek Tycoons?”

  The Mayor of Thessaloniki, Greece, Giannis Mpoutaris inaugurated the first center of Solidarity Now in the middle of the city. He made special reference to...

The Telegraph: Greece Won’t See a Cent of The Great Bail-out

Over the weekend, the Greek parliament voted to accept Europe’s latest demands for spending cuts and tax rises and other reforms and retrenchments. The...

The Tale of a Prime Minister: George A. Papandreou

It’s only've been two years since George Papandreou after an overwhelming victory moved to the[...]

Keep Lending Us Money, But Don’t Tell Us What to Do

After the announcement of the presidential election by the Greek coalition and the political upheaval that followed, some European Union officials expressed opinions that...

Greece’s Inspector General says 7,000 Suspensions is an Outrageous Number

  Despite that the competent Greek Ministers anticipated the suspension of thousands of unfaithful civil servants, the General Inspector of Public Administration, Leandros Rakintzis, speaking...

The Great Hellenikon Park Sell-Out

The most valuable piece of real estate in the world is New York’s Central Park – precisely because it is a park in the...

Independent Lillikas is Cyprus’ Only Hope Now

Ever since the Turkish military invasion of 1974, which divided the island in two, the people of Cyprus have been unlucky, especially with their...

The Third Way after NO Vote: How Greece Can End Austerity and Stay in...

After Greece's big fat NO to the latest bailout deal, an economist argues that there is a third way out of the Greek disaster, and towards job creation, prosperity and debt repayment.

Greece Will Bail Out Its Banks, But Not Its People

ATHENS – After imposing mandatory losses of up to 74 percent on its own banks, Greece is ready to give it all back through...

Revoked: The Right to Vote in Cyprus

The Right to Vote constitutes the backbone of democracy for it is the people that are meant to govern; so the myth goes! In the...

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