Corruption has been a recurring theme in the public debate for some years, both in Greece and abroad, with regard to the causes of the economic crisis in the country. However, according to the latest Transparency International’s Corruption Perc…

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Kostas Vergopoulos is professor of Political Economy at the University of Paris VIII. He has written several books and his articles are regularly published in the Greek and international press. He talked to our sister publication Grèce Hebdo*&…

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“4.1 miles” a student film by Daphne Matziaraki on the refugee crisis has been voted on October 26 as one of the contenders for an Oscar nomination in the field of Documentary Short Subject.

“4.1 Miles” portrays a day in the l…

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Sericultural activities have a long tradition in Greece, with raw cocoon production and silk processing being familiar activities for hundreds of years. Soufli, situated 70 kilometers east of Alexandropouli (capital city of the Evros region), became…

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The ancient population of Nikopolis (region of Epirus) could never imagine that in the year 31 AD, an historic event would change the area’s fate for millenia. At these last years of the Hellenistic era, Octavian signals the dawn of Roman Empir…

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The Expert Group for the Review of Greek Labour Market Institutions, tasked with helping Greece and the international institutions (European Commission, European Central Bank, European Stability Mechanism, International Monetary Fund) reach an agreem…

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In an interview with Greek News Agenda (GNA)*, Konstantinos Lazarakis - the first Greek Master of Wine and Greece’s wine ambassador abroad – discusses the comparative advantages of Greek wine, current challenges and rebranding strategies…

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Delve into the e-learning programmes in English of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the oldest institution of higher learning in Greece, and enjoy the flexibility to study at your own pace from anywhere in the world. Over the last…

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“There is a widespread opinion in Germany that Greece is to blame for the problems it now finds itself in” noted a ‘Rosa Luxemburg Institute’ publication that tried to dismantle several myths and over-moralizing narratives abo…

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The oldest University of Greece, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), turns 180 in 2017. To mark this anniversary, a series of events have been programmed. The International Conference on “Hellene, Greek, Romios: Collecti…

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