One of Greek government’s top priorities is combating high unemployment and fostering growth. A three-year employment plan that aims to create 300,000-450,000 jobs,  and has the potential to reduce unemployment by at least 5% (to 18% from…

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Paschalis Nikolaou is Assistant Professor at the Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting of the Ionian University, Corfu. His writings on translation studies have appeared in such publications as Translation and Creativity: Pers…

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Our sister publication GrèceHebdo interviewed* Nikos Lakopoulos on the relationship between Décadence Club and Surrealism, André Breton, Arthur Rimbaud and Dada and on the rebirth of this singular place for Athenians.

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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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Easter, or Pascha in Greek, is the most important religious holiday of the Orthodox Church marking the resurrection of Christ and the chance of rebirth for mankind. Many of the customs practiced in Greece at Easter originated in the very distant past…

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Angela Davis, academic, author and prominent political activist for the Civil Rights, feminist, and prisoners' rights movements, was in Athens for two days (11-12 December 2018) to deliver the 11th Annual Lecture in memory of Nicos Poulantzas…

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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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Greek metal may not be too familiar with mainstream audiences, yet for the past years now it has earned a following in the world metal scene, with several bands enjoying international success with both their album releases and concert attendance. Sin…

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Art historian Dr. Alexandra Kouroutaki spoke to Greek News Agenda* about the development of art, especially painting, in the newly-founded Greek state, its influences, its evolution and the nascence of the notion of "Greekness", focusing on the ways…

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