Valia Aranitou is Assistant professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Crete and Director of the Institute of commerce and services, National Confederation of Hellenic Commerce. Here are selected parts of her interview with Pavlo…

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The June-July 2017 period is characterized by a series of positive developments in Greek economy, according to the newly founded Athens-based Institute of Alternative Policies (ENA). In its Economic Developments Bulletin, published this mon…

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By Sotiris Mitralexis*

A spectre is haunting Greece, the spectre of the East-West divide. “Modern Greece between East and West” seems to be a subject that preoccupies Greeks—scholars, politicians, public intellectuals, journalists a…

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The EU and Turkey face mounting challenges both in relation to one another and internationally. Turkish EU membership is a highly contested issue in the individual EU Member States. The FEUTURE research project, based at the University of Cologne and…

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Nikos Vettas is Director General of the Athens-based Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE)* and Professor of Economics at the Athens University of Economics and Business. In his opinion piece at the Greek newspaper “To Vim…

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Panagiotis Roumeliotis is a Greek economist, academic, banker and politician. He has served as Minister of National Economy (1987), Minister of Commerce (1987-89), Member of the European Parliament for PASOK (1989-94). Throughout the 1990s and 2000s…

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A recent publication under the title “A Europe built on solidarity is possible - Pamphlet for another European Union” by Klaus Busch, Axel Troost, Gesine Schwan, Frank Bsirske, Joachim Bischoff, Mechthild Schrooten and Harald Wolf fo…

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ELIAMEP (Hellenic Institute for European and Foreign Policy)* recenty announced it will launch an Asian Studies Programme, coordinated by its Director General Dr Thanos Dokos and Dr George Tzogopoulos.  Takin…

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“There is a widespread opinion in Germany that Greece is to blame for the problems it now finds itself in” noted a ‘Rosa Luxemburg Institute’ publication that tried to dismantle several myths and over-moralizing narratives abo…

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