Following the commitment made by the French President, François Hollande, during his official visit to Athens on October 2015, to strengthen economic ties between France and Greece, the Athens Business Forum 2016 (Forum Franco-hell&eacut…

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A pocket guide about Greece containing interesting facts about politics, economy, tourism, cultural heritage, education, language, arts, and other aspects of Greek life. 

 

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In an opinion piece for the Financial Times "Greece needs a new deal with its European partners", Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras urged the country’s creditors “to strike the right balance between reforms and relief” …

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At 158 stanzas, Hymn to Liberty was written in 1823 by Zakynthos-born poet Dionysios Solomos. Inspired by the Greek War of Independence, Solomos wrote the hymn to honor the struggle of Greeks for independence after centuries of Ottoman rule.

Th…

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A murder and a loner with visual pleasures in between. What makes certain films distinctively charming? In “The Waiter"'s case it is an alluring mixture of an original protagonist, masterfully performed (by Aris Servetalis) and served by the fi…

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Alexis Heraclides is Professor of International Relations and Conflict Resolution at the Department of Political Science and History of the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. He has served as senior advisor on minorities and human…

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Greek Minister of State Nikos Pappas briefed the Economic and Commercial Diplomats of the Foreign Diplomatic Missions in Greece, at an event organized at the Greek Secretariat General for Media and Communication last Friday (11.3).…

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The worker-managed factory Vio.Me. in Thessaloniki is probably the most successful self-management experiment in Greece and it has grown into a symbol and inspiration for self-management for workers internationally.

The factory, originally founded i…

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It has been noted that the financial crisis since 2009 is to a degree connected with the upsurge of creativity in filmmaking. And "it has coincided with a number of acclaimed, international prize-winning films by a generation of Greek filmmakers who…

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When it comes to the films of Giorgos Lanthimos, critics and audience do not sit on the fence: they either love them or hate them. This is the case with The Killing of a Sacred Deer, his latest film, which competed against 18 other films at the 70th…

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