diaNEOsis is a non-profit think-tank founded in 2016 and based in Athens, Greece. The institute publishes academic research, policy recommendations and investigative journalism, "aiming to contribute meaningful arguments and data to the public disco…

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Miroslav Grchev (1955) is an architect, professor on Faculty of Architecture at St.Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, cartoonist, graphic designer and writer. He is known for having designed the current flag of FYROM. Fromm 1996-2000 he was ma…

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In his article for daily newspaper Kathimerini (24.06.2018, in Greek), business journalist Kostas Kallitsis provides a brief and to the point analysis on what the 22 June Eurogroup deal on debt relief means for Greece. Kallitsis argues that the…

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Othon Anastasakis is the Director of South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX), based at St Antony's College; a Senior Research Fellow at St Antony's College and Associate at the Department of Politics and International Relations at the Univers…

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Nikos Marantzidis is Professor in the Department of Balkan Slavic and Oriental Studies of the University of Macedonia and visiting Professor in Charles University in Prague. In his article titled “The name issue and the inescapable national ro…

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The Greek ministry for Economy and Development has issued its Economic Outlook Bulletin for March-April 2018 titled "From recovery to growth". According to the report, the main economic trend is the high growth rate of private productive invest…

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After significant reforms, Greece’s recovery from deep economic depression is finally gaining traction, according to the OECD: Economic growth is picking up, led by exports, fiscal credibility has improved,  labour market reform…

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Paraskevi Kefala, Assistant Professor of International Relations in the Middle East at the Department of Mediterranean Studies, University of the Aegean has published an article in newspaper Epohi (25.02) analyzing Turkey’s foreign policy:

It…

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By Nikos Pappas*

You don’t need to predict the future to say that 2018 will be a critical year for Europe. The divisions are transparent and manifest themselves at different levels. But already, the possibility of a composition towards a…

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The EuroMemorandum 2018 report titled “Can the EU still be saved? The implications of a multi-speed Europe” draws on discussions and papers presented at the 23rd Workshop on Alternative Economic Policy in Europe, organized by the EuroMem…

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