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Defiant PM Tsipras Outlines Plan to Win Greek Elections in Financial Times Interview

Greece's Premier Alexis Tsipras said that he has set his sights on winning the European and national elections scheduled for May 26 and October...

Greek Opposition Leader Promises Market Reforms

Greece's main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis vowed to pursue growth-oriented reforms if elected to office. He made his remarks in an interview with the...

Foreign Ministry Statement Blasts FT Article on Minister Kotzias’ Legal Win

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece issued a statement in response to what it views as unfounded and uncorroborated claims made by journalist Kerin...

FT: How to Enjoy Summer Like Yanis Varoufakis

The Financial Times uploaded mini-interviews with politicians, bankers, business leaders and writers giving tips on how to detox digitally in the sun. It goes...

Former ELSTAT Chief Andreas Georgiou Opposes Criminal Charges

“I don’t regret it one bit. I’d have done exactly the same again — in a heartbeat,” Andreas Georgiou, former ELSTAT chief said to...

FT: Turkish Turmoil Could Help Greece Get Debt Relief

An article in the Financial Times makes a case for the current turmoil in Turkey being of benefit to Greece. U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack...

TV Channels, Ad Agencies Write Joint Letter Against New State-Owned Ad Monopoly

The Greek government's plans for a new state-owned agency for selling television advertisements have been strongly opposed by broadcasters after it was unveiled, days...

FT: Cypriot President Anastasiades Threatens to Torpedo EU-Turkey Deal

The proposed deal between European Union and Turkey to halt the influx of migrants to Europe “could be scuppered by Cyprus after the country’s...

Financial Times Gallop on Greek Debt Write Down in Exchange for Refugees

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...

FT Journalist Spiegel Caught Juncker Lying About Greece

Financial Times journalist Peter Spiegel hastened to comment on the press conference Jean-Claude Juncker gave Monday saying that it is not true what the...

Foreign Media Reports on the End of Negotiations

The negotiations between Greece and its creditors came to an abrupt end on Sunday, June 14, so Greece is now entering a critical and...

Foreign Media Reports on Meeting of European Leaders

German media appear optimistic after the seven European leaders’ meeting on Thursday March 19, in Brussels. German magazine Spiegel Online notes that the fact that...

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