A significant Greek debt relief has been a recurrent issue since the outburst of the economic crisis and a steady demand of the SYRIZA-led government.

In a recent article by Julia Balk &  Norbert Häring in the daily German financial new…

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The Summer Schools of the University of the Aegean constitutes a unique opportunity for researchers around the world to participate in state-of-the-art research activities and exchange innovative ideas while exploring the Aegean Islands. At the same…

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Minister for Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media, Nikos Pappas, notes in his interview with Avgi newspaper (Europeanization Without Federalism is an empty promise, April 9) that there have been very positive recovery signs in the Greek econ…

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George Argeitis, Associate Professor of Macroeconomic Theory and Policy at the University of Athens and the scientific director of the Labor Institute of GSEE (General Cofederation of Greek Workers) has recently published two articles in the Greek p…

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Since its inception in 1955 the “Athens and Epidaurus Festival” was staged at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in an attempt to bridge modern recollections of antiquity with contemporary artistic output. In recent years the Festival forged a…

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2016 was set as the “Year of Greece in Russia and Russia in Greece” with an agreement signed by the two countries in 2013. The “celebratory Year" was an initiative that highlighted mutual interests and promoted bilateral relati…

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Kostas Akrivos was born in Glafyres, Volos, in 1958. He has published novels, short story collections, and has participated in collective editions and anthologies. His novels have been translated in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Poland, and his short…

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Surprise and subversion of the spectator expectations. The vision of Adam Szymczyk,Artistic Director of documenta 14, starts to unravel, calling the public to “unlearn what they know”. On April 8, documenta 14 opens its exhibition in Ath…

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The institutions and the Greek authorities reached an agreement on the main elements of the policy reforms required to move ahead with the second review of the current macroeconomic adjustment programme, which is necessary to unlock further financial…

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For thirty years now Niels Kadritzke has been following the developments in Greece, where he also spends a part of the year.  He regularly writes about Greece in German Newspapers (Tageszeitung, Financial Times Deutschland, Berliner Zeitung, Le…

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