Why Golden Dawn΄s trial concerns us all

Ioanna Meitani
The upcoming trial of Golden Dawn members is a matter for the whole of society, because the outcome will affect us all.

European journalism students hold Congress in Athens on “Stereotypes and Media Exclusion in the European Media”

From April 16 to 21 more than 100 journalism students and young journalists from all over Europe will [...]

The Greek State Leaks

by Costas Efimeros
STORIES
In the beginning of April, PASOK representative Andreas Loverdos announced that his party would not participate in the parliamentary discussion over a bill that Giorgos Katrougkalos (present minister of Administrative Reform) was to submit, “it is a matter of morals” Mr. Loverdos said. A few days before that, PASOK had also walked out from a committee about public administration, again because Mr. Katrougkalos took part in it. This might be a good time to examine how PASOK faired in public administration while it was in government along with ND and DIMAR.

Greek finance ministry hits back at German newspaper report


Reuters

A Greek default must go the whole way and leave the euro


The Telegraph

OSCE calls for decriminalization of defamation in Greece after journalist sentenced to 26 months on libel charges


OSCE

IMF has made €2.5 billion profit out of Greece loans


Jubilee Debt Campaign
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Wall Street Journal
Europe Braces for Messy Greek Endgame
Deal to unlock Greek bailout funding at this week’s meeting of eurozone finance ministers unlikely
Europe Braces for Messy Greek Endgame
The New York Times
Greece Flashes Warning Signals About Its Debt
By the standards of his frenzied schedule here last week, the meeting on Friday between Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek finance minister, and Lee C. Buchheit, the dean of international debt lawyers, was a quiet one.
Greece Flashes Warning Signals About Its Debt
Reuters
Talks with Greece have gained momentum but still long way from target - IMF
Global lenders΄ negotiations with Greece, which have been moving at a crawl recently, have gained some momentum but remained a long way from the finish line, the International Monetary Fund΄s European head told a German newspaper.
Talks with Greece have gained momentum but still long way from target - IMF
The Guardian
IMF urges EU to slim down its demands on Greece
The International Monetary Fund has urged EU negotiators to slim down their list of demands in debt talks with Greece amid fears that time is running out to reach a deal.
IMF urges EU to slim down its demands on Greece
The Guardian
Athens insists ΄open wound΄ of German war reparations must be closed
Greek minister sees signs that Berlin acknowledges that compensation should be paid for Nazi wartime atrocities ‘despite disagreeing with the figure’
Athens insists ΄open wound΄ of German war reparations must be closed
The New York Times
As Greece Battles a Debt Crisis, Its Banks Issue More Short-Term Debt
A strange thing is happening as Greece struggles to avert bankruptcy: Its troubled banks are loading up on more debt.
As Greece Battles a Debt Crisis, Its Banks Issue More Short-Term Debt
Aris Trantidis
From war reparations to ‘profligate Greeks’: why political rhetoric is obscuring the real issues in Greece
The underlying problem between Greece and the EU institutions is a clash of views over what kind of structural reforms Greece must follow to exit the crisis. To understand the reasons for this clash, we must delve into both macropolitical differences fuelled by the two sides’ distinct ideological and epistemic commitments and the realm of ‘micropolitics’ driven by domestic party politics.
From war reparations to ‘profligate Greeks’: why political rhetoric is obscuring the real issues in Greece
Adbusters
What does it mean to be human?
Like goldfish in a bowl totally ignorant of “water,” we often fail to notice how colonized our consciousness has become by capitalism and how the resulting ideology permeates our life.
What does it mean to be human?
Big Stories

Crisis-ridden Greece hit by tax avoidance through the Netherlands

Athens, 30 March 2015 – A new report by the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO) reveals that while Greece endures harsh austerity measures imposed by the European [...]

What did Varoufakis sign - The story behind the scenes

During the past few hours, the case of the four-month extension of the loan agreement has rekindled. Dora Bakogianni, a prominent MP of New Democracy, asked when the Members of the [...]

SPECIAL REPORT: How the Troika and Piraeus Bank sealed Cyprus΄s fate

The allegation: Cyprus received loans only on the condition that its banks sold their branches in Greece to a competitor in Athens at a fraction of their value. ThePressProject publishes [...]
Network
AK Malaboca

Greek activists welcome much needed breathing space

Many Greeks have low expectations of SYRIZA, but with the coalition in power a space has opened up that allows for the creation of an alternative economy.

Chantal Mouffe: ΄The crisis of representative democracy and the need for a left-wing populism΄

Human Rights Watch

Greece repeals abusive health regulation

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced the repeal of the health regulation which allowed the authorities to conduct HIV testing without informed consent in a misguided effort [...]
Greek Life
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President Obama΄s message to Greece on it΄s National Day

U.S. President Barack Obama΄s message of support to the Greek people in a proclamation for Greece’s Independence Day, commemorating the start of the War of Greek Independence in 1821
Partial solar eclipse on Friday
I am moving back to Greece
Generation 2.0: Fighting for the obvious
Amphipolis: The Bones ... Murder!
A drone΄s-eye-view of a massive traffic jam in Crete due to heavy snowfall [VIDEO]
In Thessaloniki, snow protection meets bird feeding [VIDEO]
Gardens of the Seas
An alternative Acropolis made out of 120,000 lego blocks
Straight Out Of Camera
Immigrants in the port of Piraeus
Nikos Libertas / SOOC
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