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Top Universities Abroad Opening Doors to Greek Doctors

Harvard, Yale, UCLA, Duke, Johns Hopkins, in addition to another 30 universities are opening their doors to top graduates from medical schools across Greece....

Mitsotakis Says Greece Needs Political Change; Notes ‘Ideological’ Battle to Bring Growth

New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated on Friday his call for general elections saying Greece needs a political change that will come from a...

Mitsotakis: ‘Populism Is Effective in Opposition and Ineffective in Government’

Populism is an effective tool when a party is in the opposition but an ineffective one when a party is in power, New Democracy...

Poorly Executed Negotiation Tactics Led to Syriza’s Capitulation, Says Harvard

Ever since the outbreak of the Greek debt crisis and the subsequent bailout programs that followed (the first one in May 2010 by the...

Harvard Study: Amphipolis Tomb Belongs to Laomedon

  The vast hype surrounding the newly-excavated Amphipolis tomb has academics scrambling to their Greek histories in search of all possible candidates who could be resting within the tomb's sealed third...
Panayitis Behrakis of the HEART Antismoking Campaign

Anti-smoking Campaign: HEART Saves Hearts in Greece

Greeks are known as hardcore smokers who live in a country doesn't change habits easily, even if it is against the law. Harvard University...

Two Greek Universities In Top 500

The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), commonly known as the Shanghai Ranking, has put the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) at 301st and...

Papandreou Becomes A Mythbuster

Pilloried for his abbreviated two-year tenure that ended in November, 2011 when he resigned in the face of relentless protests, strikes and riots against...

Papandreou’s Big Bucks Ivy League Tour

Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, who resigned in November of 2011 after relentless protests, strikes and riots against austerity measures he imposed on...

Former Greek FM Assails Parliament’s Probe

Former Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou, indicted by Greek lawmakers who voted to have Parliament investigate whether he removed the names of three relatives from...

Former Greek FM Faces Bank List Probe

Facing an investigation into whether he tampered with a list of more than 2,000 Greeks with $1.95 billion in secret accounts in a Swiss...

Greeks Need To Know: Who Are The Dirty 30?

Lost off the radar screen as Greece sinks toward economic oblivion because of generations of greed, corruption, mismanagement, tax evasion, incompetence, inefficiency and a...

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