Over 12,000 refugees and migrants have been trapped in Greece since the beginning of the week, whilst Athens is taking diplomatic action to counter the border restrictions to its north that are causing the buildup. The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affai…

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The Internet revolution on the 21st century is not just a technological revolution but  constitutes a decisive step towards bringing the physical and digital world even closer. Lately, everybody is talking about “The Internet of Things&rdq…

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A French team of mining archaeologists conducting a subterranean investigation of a 5,000-year-old silver mine at the foot of the Mycenaean Acropolis of Thorikos, in Attica, Greece, have recently discovered a mining complex of ine…

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A new Centre for Economic Policy Research / VoxEU eBook How to fix Europe’s monetary union: Views of leading economists by Richard Baldwin & Francesco Giavazzi, argues that fixing the Eurozone is a job half done. The ECB’s resolve and…

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Kostis Kornetis is a CONEX-Marie Curie Fellow at the Humanities Faculty of the Carlos III University, Madrid, working on the "Revisiting the Past and Present of the Spanish and Greek Transitions to Democracy" (RESPAGRET) project. He received his PhD…

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Year 2016 has been dedicated to the Greek visual artist Yiannis Moralis (April 23, 1916 – December 20, 2009) by the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports on the occasion of the completion of 100 years since his birth. On the occasion, the Minist…

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Greek lawmakers approved on Saturday (20.2) the coalition government’s "parallel programme", a package of social justice measures meant to soften the social impact of the austerity measures agreed under Greece's third bailout programme. &n…

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In this week's Conference Calendar: Delphi Economic Forum, Athens Investment Summit, Climatherm Energy 2016, EU-MPC Energy Networking, Helexpo’s Jewelry Fair etc.

Delphi Economic Forum

The Delphi Economic Forum, titled “Outlook for Greec…

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In the context of the recent crisis, street art and graffiti have become important mediums of expression and protest in Athens. Walls covered in paint have vividly mirrored and documented the development of the economic and socio-political crisis in…

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The School of Journalism and Mass Communications of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki has announced the opening of the applications period for its English-taught Master’s Degree program in Digital Media, Communication and Journalism

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