As the number of study programs taught in a foreign language is gradually increasing in Greek Universities, catering for a variety of needs ranging from bachelor degrees to short term courses and summer schools, the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs…

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In today’s article "Greece's Economy is in the Recovery Room", Bloomberg’s columnist Leonid Bershidsky argues that the Greek economy "has been doing better than expected despite its customary slowness in responding to creditor…

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Greece and its international lenders agreed early morning hours on Tuesday (17.11) the measures needed to unlock the disbursement of a 2-billion-euro sub-tranche and a 10-billion-euro recapitalisation of banks, following lengthy negotiati…

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Is there a limit to desire or the ability to define one’s own destiny? Despina Kourti addresses that question with her films “Ourania” and “Old West”, which is her latest, focusing on a middle-aged woman and an elderly m…

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The idea of pocket parks, a new way to upgrade urban space, has found fertile ground in the Greek capital, which is focusing on green and sustainable development of the urban fabric. Athens, like many other large cities around Europe and the world, s…

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Minas Christidis and Ellie Lambeti in “A Matter of Dignity” (1958), dir. Michael Cacoyannis

In “A Matter of Dignity” (1958) directed by Michael Cacoyannis, a young woman named Chloe (Ellie Lambeti), child of a degraded Atheni…

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The condition of Greece, ever since its establishment as a sovereign state in 1830, has been the subject of intense international debate, centring on its pivotal role in the Balkans. This has been aggravated by Greece's economic hardships since 2010,…

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In 1948, the body of an American journalist is found floating in the bay off Thessaloniki. A Greek journalist is tried and convicted for the murder, but when he’s released twelve years later, he claims his confession was the result of torture.…

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The Consulate General of Greece in Los Angeles (Public Diplomacy Office) along with the Consulate General of Greece in San Francisco (Office of Economic & Commercial Affairs) joined forces to offer an infotaining series of webcasts in the difficu…

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The countdown to the 43rd Short Film Festival in Drama has started. The Festival is turning a new page in its history, with a new Artistic Director, Yannis Sakaridis, who took up his post under globally unprecedented circumstances, at a period of tim…

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