Could the first recorded outbreak of the Ebola virus not have taken place in Africa forty years ago, but in ancient Greece over 2,400 years ago? An article in the Washington Post suggests that there is an archaic DNA in the virus (Was Ebola the culpr…

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Greece’s economy is likely to remain in intensive care for years and likely to recover only with further international assistance, was the main conclusion of papers presented by experts at the Fall 2015 Brookings Panel on Economic Activity Conference…

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In his recent article "A New Chance for Greece" published by Project Syndicate (Sept. 9), Yannos Papantoniou, Greece’s Economy and Finance Minister from 1994 to 2001 and currently the President of the Center for Progressive Policy Research, maintains…

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Greece’s sovereign debt issues come again into the spotlight as, tomorrow, September 10, the United Nations General Assembly is voting to adopt the Resolution "Basic Principles on Sovereign Debt Restructuring Processes", an important step towards bet…

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The Minister for Migration Policy in the caretaker government Yiannis Mouzalas announced yesterday that a second port will be opening soon on the Aegean island of Lesvos for the transportation of refugees to the Greek mainland, in order to ease the e…

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Various experts and commentators have in recent months taken on the problems of the Greek economy, stressing the importance of structural reforms and investment as a way out of the crisis in the long term.

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In a new Notre Europe publication, titled After the Greek Deal: Three Dangers and Three Oportunities – Why it is Urgent to Complete EMU, Jacques Delors, Pascal Lamy, António Vitorino and Henrik Enderlein and Gerhard Cromme identify the risks of compl…

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The new bailout agreement for Greece has brought into the forefront the shortcomings of the EU project, with analysts criticizing the lack of solidarity to Greece and Germany’s punitive perseverance in fiscal constraints.

In his article Germany, Gree…

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Most of the economists around the world seem to agree that the agreement offered by the euro zone to Greece on July 13, will be a Sisyphean task for the country. However, some analysts like Aristos Doxiadis, a renowned Greek commentator and entrepren…

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In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, philosopher and proponent of European integration Jürgen Habermas criticized Angela Merkel for “gambling away” the efforts of previous generations to rebuild Germany’s postwar reputation, with her hardline…

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