Christos Rozakis is Professor Emeritus of International Law at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He currently serves as President of the Administrative Tribunal of the Council of Europe. He has also served as Judge and Vice-Pr…

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Southeast European countries joining the EU (Source: CDRSEE)

Athens and Sofia have managed to significantly expand their bilateral ties since 1989: flourishing social and economic relations and a common membership to the EU and NATO have buttre…

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The next weeks will be crucial for the negotiations between Greece and the institutions to complete the second review of the adjustment programme. According to State Minister and government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos (17.01), the government has…

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Kostas Vergopoulos is Professor of Political Economy at the University of Paris VIII. His publications include “The Peasant Question and Capitalism” (with Samir Amin, 1975), “The Agrarian Question in Greece” (1977) as wel…

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As the negotiations between Greece and the institutions and disagreements between the institutions themselves continue, the completion of the second review of the Adjustment Programme agreed on August 2015 is stalled and the recent Eurogroup decision…

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Greece continues to face a critical juncture despite the successive bailouts since 2010, argues Filippa Chatzistavrou, research fellow at Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), in her article (October 3, 2016) “Third Gre…

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Last month, the Greek Parliament approved with a wide majority the deal for the sale and long-term lease of the old airport of Hellenikon in southern Athens. The story goes back to 2014 when Lamda Development SA signed a contract with the Hellenic Re…

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The Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) has published the results of its latest research project called LOMIGRAS : “Mainstreaming and Monitoring Immigrants Integration in Local Government in Greece”, which was ca…

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According to OECD, global infrastructure needs (excluding telecoms and social infrastructure) are expected to increase to around $ 55 trl by 2030, but infrastructure investments in Greece follow a significant downward trend in recent crisis years, ma…

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The Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) and the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) recently published a joint monograph “ Greece and the EU: Lessons from a long-standing crisis”, edited by CIDOB R…

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