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Further disturbing Turkish moves

Further disturbing Turkish moves

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 16/09/2019 0
The step-up of Turkish moves that irritate – to say the least – the Greek side has taken a further turn when the oceanographic/climate research ship B...
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TIF: Growth with investment on the incense-burner

TIF: Growth with investment on the incense-burner

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 09/09/2019 0
A visible shift of the traditional Prime Minister speech at the Thessaloniki International Fair, away from the pattern of pork barrel promises and tow...
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The transparent warning of Costas Simitis

The transparent warning of Costas Simitis

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 02/09/2019 1
Former Prime Minister Costas Simitis has been quite present in recent months, contributing articles on burning issues of the day: Greek-Turkish relati...
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From Paris to Berlin

From Paris to Berlin

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 26/08/2019 2
Amid much international tumult – with Trump economic ideas being gradually converted to effective trade war, with growing disruption to global supply ...
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Chronicle of an impasse foretold?

Chronicle of an impasse foretold?

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 29/07/2019 5
So, Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis starts his pilgrimage abroad in Cyprus – just days before the Greek-Cypriot leadership (re-)engages in informal talks...
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What happens to Africa does not stay in Africa

What happens to Africa does not stay in Africa

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 22/07/2019 5
A presentation-cum-debate over the future of Africa in conjunction with European policies towards what at times still remains “the dark Continent” not...
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Storms in Greece: how to save the tourists

Storms in Greece: how to save the tourists

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 15/07/2019 29
A double-whammy storm battered Greece in the very middle of the tourist season. First, a hurricane struck Halkidiki peninsula, in Central Macedonia ma...
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The new kid in the block

The new kid in the block

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 08/07/2019 2
A clear win for Nea Dimocratia in the July 7 election in Greece, a clear victory for Kyriakos Mitsotakis whose revamping of the venerable Right-wing p...
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Discovering Greece/Briefing the international media

Discovering Greece/Briefing the international media

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 01/07/2019 1
This time around, the interest of international media over things Greek – to be more precise: over Greek politics and the consequent perspectives for ...
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Of measures and sanctions and moves

Of measures and sanctions and moves

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 24/06/2019 2
A sense of alert is building up in the Eastern Mediterranean around Turkey’s aggressively assertive behavior in the energy game played out in the regi...
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Treading carefully

Treading carefully

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 18/06/2019 1
While the campaign for the July 7 general election in Greece looked set to turn acrimonious – especially so in pending judicial cases that may well je...
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Ripples on the surface of the Greece – EU lake

Ripples on the surface of the Greece – EU lake

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 10/06/2019 45
A 90+ -page long-paper, styled Enhanced Surveillance Report-Greece, published June 2019 as Institutional Paper 103 and annexed to a European Commissio...
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A small guided tour in the thicket of Greek politics

A small guided tour in the thicket of Greek politics

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 03/06/2019 7
Greece has not been in the sights of international media for quite a long time – at least not as a crisis case. So, it is no surprise that now that th...
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Interview with Kevin Featherstone, Professor of European Politics at the LSE

Interview with Kevin Featherstone, Professor of European Politics at the LSE

economia 31/05/2019 2
Which is in your opinion the biggest pathogeny of Greek public administration ? Why the proposed reforms are not properly executed ? Where do we “go w...
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Euroelections were, after all, European

Euroelections were, after all, European

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 27/05/2019 2
So, the European elections are over – for Greece as for everybody else.   The more-than-slap-on-the-wrist that the Athens Government experienced in ...
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