The ongoing economic crisis plaguing Greece has sparked literary production, which aims to narrate the human stories behind the current socio-economic turmoil, while it has attracted the attention of foreign readers, as it is manifested by the increa…

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Sotiris Roussos is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese; Head of the Centre for Mediterranean, Middle East & Islamic Studies (CEMMIS), and Coordinator of the Centr…

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In this week's Culture Agenda: "Athens a city of tales” Festival, Science for Girls, the Waves and Gypsy Jazz festival

Festival |"Athens a city of tales”| to March 20

The 3rd Festival of Storytelling inspired by and dedicated to the…

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The island of Santorini is rightly renowned for its dramatic setting. Volcanic flows and scatterings of ash mark the countryside with their strange shapes and intensity of colours, while the steep walls of the caldera, hundreds of feet high, are dott…

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu met in Izmir on Tuesday (09.10) and signed a bilateral readmission agreement for migrants not eligible for international protection to be readmitted to Turkey after…

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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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Greek professionals and startups will be showcasing their work this month at the 23rd annual 2016 South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences & Festivals event taking place in Austin, USA and consisting of three different sessions: Interactive Media (M…

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Following yesterday’s meeting with Turkey’s Prime Minister Davutoğlu (7.3) on the refugee and migrant situation, in particular as regards the Western Balkans route, the EU heads of state or government issued a joint statement and agreed t…

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On Monday, March 7, after the completion of the Eurogroup meeting, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Pierre Moscovici, the managing director of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) Klaus Reglin and Eurogroup President Jeroen…

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Panayiotis Tetsis, one of Greece’s most notable postwar painters and academics, died March 5, 2016. “Who can really imagine the history of modern Greek painting without Tetsis?” noted the director of National Gallery, Marina Lambrak…

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