Economia Blog

"Corbyn is for remain and reform"

economia 12/12/2019 0
    Hilary Wainwright is a British sociologist, political activist and socialist feminist, best known for being editor of Red Pepper magazine.   ...
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"They set the stage for the elevation of a populist leader"

economia 11/12/2019 0
  interview by Harry Savides (continuation of part one) Professor Kevin Featherstone is Eleftherios Venizelos Professor in Contemporary Greek Studi...
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K. Featherstone: "Support of Brexit is cross-class, on the basis of identity"

economia 10/12/2019 0
interview by Harry Savides   I met Professor Kevin Featherstone*, in his office in the LSE, to discuss Brexit and the coming elections. He was conce...
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Greece and Turkey before the tribunal of global public opinion

Greece and Turkey before the tribunal of global public opinion

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 09/12/2019 0
The delimitation of Exclusive Economic Zones/EEZ or of continental shelves between adjoining countries, or even the definition of their territorial wa...
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Sobering facts about hydrocarbon resources

Sobering facts about hydrocarbon resources

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 02/12/2019 0
It just so happened that the very same day that news about a Turkish-Libyan MOU to start EEZ delimitation negotiations was being digested by the Greek...
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Greece and the European economy

Greece and the European economy

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 25/11/2019 0
When the Budget debate gets launched – in every country but especially so in smaller countries with small, open economies – a major factor so as to as...
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Looking at the Great Power Game

Looking at the Great Power Game

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 18/11/2019 0
Greece is a peculiar vantage point, from which to watch the Great Power game in the South-East Europe/Eastern Mediterranean/Near East region as the ga...
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Greece - China Relations and the new content of OBOR

Greece - China Relations and the new content of OBOR

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 11/11/2019 0
Nesting between the trip of Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis to Shanghai, to attend the 2019 Expo Fair (where Greece was honored country, along with Franc...
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AgriBusiness Forum 2019: can Greek agriculture take off?

AgriBusiness Forum 2019: can Greek agriculture take off?

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 04/11/2019 0
In the city of Serres, in Northern Greece, with a long agricultural and livestock farming tradition, a two-day AgriBusiness Forum undertook (for the s...
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Germany: a new actor in EastMed/Near East issues?

Germany: a new actor in EastMed/Near East issues?

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 29/10/2019 0
The novelty value of the informal trileteral meeting of UN Secretary Antonio Guterres, Cyprus President Nikos Anastassiadis and Turkish-Cypriot leader...
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Of Summits and positive feelings and smiles and realities

Of Summits and positive feelings and smiles and realities

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 21/10/2019 0
European Summits are a peculiar species; events clearly designed to make participants – heads of State or of Government, thus presumably important but...
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Learning how to play the game

Learning how to play the game

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 14/10/2019 0
Following two weeks of in situ examination-cum-deliberation over the progress achieved by Greece (N.B.: the country, its economy, not the outgoing or ...
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Of migrants, detention centres, of refugees and multiculturalism

Of migrants, detention centres, of refugees and multiculturalism

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 07/10/2019 0
An interesting turn – one could even term it fascinating, but in Mediterranean politics one should always show self-restraint – was marked when Greek ...
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No easy ways out

No easy ways out

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 30/09/2019 0
The refugee/migrant flows that have been increasing from Turkey-Asia Minor to the Aegean Islands these last weeks are causing anew concerns – both to ...
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Of appetite for Greek risk

Of appetite for Greek risk

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 23/09/2019 0
When the yields for Greek sovereigns come crashing down - close to 1.3% for 10-year bonds, almost 0.7% for 5-years - there is some market agitation, n...
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