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Of three, or even five fronts

Of three, or even five fronts

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 25/06/2018 0
It would seem that too many fronts open simultaneously for Greece; its government; its people.   The first such front was the one that one would hop...
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Eurogroup meeting expected to result in agreement

Eurogroup meeting expected to result in agreement

Christian J. Hadjipateras 22/06/2018 0
There is optimism that the Eurogoup meeting, which was held yesterday (Thursday), could result in an agreement regarding further debt relief for Greec...
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Acropolis Museum milestone

Acropolis Museum milestone

Christian J. Hadjipateras 21/06/2018 0
The Acropolis Museum has marked its ninth anniversary since opening to the public back in 2009. A jazz music concert was held in its courtyard and a f...
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Optimism among EU for Eurogroup meeting

Optimism among EU for Eurogroup meeting

Christian J. Hadjipateras 20/06/2018 0
There is an optimistic rhetoric coming from the EU in the run up to the Eurogroup meeting later in the week, which should be followed by the end of th...
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Protests and criticism continue as Greece-FYROM deal signed

Protests and criticism continue as Greece-FYROM deal signed

Christian J. Hadjipateras 19/06/2018 0
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras continues to be heavily critisised for the deal he signed with his FYROM counterpart Zoran Zaev regarding the nami...
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Where/how will public opinion settle?

Where/how will public opinion settle?

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 18/06/2018 11
The signing – in the idyllic, still heavy with historical memories, setting of the Prespes lakes where Greece meets with Albania and (once the signatu...
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Hellenic Parliament on collision course

Hellenic Parliament on collision course

Christian J. Hadjipateras 15/06/2018 3
There is anger within the Hellenic Parliament as well as the general public over the deal struck between prime minister Alexis Tsipras and his FYROM c...
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Attica Group acquires Hellenic Seaways

Attica Group acquires Hellenic Seaways

Christian J. Hadjipateras 14/06/2018 3
Minoan Lines has announced an agreement with Attica Group, with the latter now owning the majority stake in the Greek ferry company, according to GTP....
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‘Northern Macedonia’

‘Northern Macedonia’

Christian J. Hadjipateras 13/06/2018 1
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras gave a televised address last night following a further discussion with his FYROM counterpart Zoran Zaev and revea...
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‘The decisive step’ taken

‘The decisive step’ taken

Christian J. Hadjipateras 12/06/2018 0
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias announced that Greece and FYROM have taken a ‘decisive step’ in negotiations following a conversation between the...
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Is there room for Greek priorities in next-semester Europe?

Is there room for Greek priorities in next-semester Europe?

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 11/06/2018 0
In the very next weeks, Greece will have to negotiate its exit from the (8-year long) succession of Adjustment Programmes its economy - and society; a...
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Northern Greece sees further FYROM name dispute protests

Northern Greece sees further FYROM name dispute protests

Christian J. Hadjipateras 07/06/2018 1
Various protests have taken place this week, particularly in Northern Greece over the ongoing negotiations between Greece and FYROM over the naming di...
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AHI hosts 14th annual Athens awards

AHI hosts 14th annual Athens awards

Christian J. Hadjipateras 06/06/2018 1
The Fourteenth Annual AHI-Athens Hellenic Heritage Achievement and Public Service Awards Dinner was held at The Grande Bretagne hotel in Athens on May...
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Posidonia 2018 sets the course for global shipping

Posidonia 2018 sets the course for global shipping

Christian J. Hadjipateras 05/06/2018 3
A total of 1,920 exhibitors from 92 countries and territories will participate at Posidonia 2018 as the world’s most prestigious shipping trade event ...
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Of the Balkans, the Black Sea and the quest for connectivity

Of the Balkans, the Black Sea and the quest for connectivity

superadmin 04/06/2018 0
At times it sounded almost starry-eyed; still, it carried aspects of planning for a tangible future for a region that has been long enough considered ...
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