Aristides Hatzis is an Associate Professor of Law & Economics and Legal Theory at the University of Athens (Department of Philosophy & History of Science) with a doctorate on Law & Economics from the University of Chicago, founder of the…

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The Central Public Library of Veria, known as the Greek library miracle, has grown from its origins as a small library in a mountainous region of northern Greece into one of the most modern libraries of the world, awarded by the Bill and Melinda…

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REN21, a global renewable energy policy network with the aim of providing information and reliable data about the sector, issued its annual report on worldwide energy production from sustainable sources on Tuesday 18 June. According to the Renewables…

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In the East Aegean Sea, somewhere at a crossroads between East and West, on the island of Chios, mastic (Chios Mastiha) has been cultivated since antiquity. Connected to traditions, historical events and cultural exchanges, this brand product remains…

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Sotiris Walldén studied economics in Sweden and France and has a Ph.D. from the University of Athens. From 1996 to 2014 he was an official at the European Commission, mostly dealing with enlargement. He has also served, inter alia, as secretar…

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Roderick Beaton is Koraes Professor of Modern Greek & Byzantine History, Language & Literature, Director of the Centre for Hellenic Studies at King's College London and Fellow of the British Academy. His research spans Greek literature,…

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The State of the Environment Report (SoER) for Greece for 2018 was published by the National Centre for the Environment and Sustainable Development (NCSD - EKPAA). The report’s aim is to offer an integrated assessment of the overall quality of…

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Last weekend marked the 20th anniversary of Odysseus Elytis’ death (Nov. 2, 1911 – Mar. 18, 1996) and the Teloglion Fine Arts Foundation in Thessaloniki is hosting from March 18 until May 31, 2016, a tribute exhibition to the poetic…

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Axel Sotiris Walldén (born 1949) studied economics in Sweden and France and was awarded a PhD from the University of Athens. From 1996 to 2014 he was an official at the European Commission, mostly dealing with EU enlargement. Previously,…

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