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- The impact of the mass media on the quality of democracy within a state remains a much overlooked area of study
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Tag Archives: Southern Europe
Jan 31 2014
By Mark Esposito If there is a country, which should receive our apologies, that is Greece. We need to apologize for having demonized a small and modest economy (less than 2% of the EU GDP) as the black sheep … Continue reading
Posted by: January 31, 2014
Oct 21 2013
Continuing our conversations with public intellectuals across Europe on the causes and effects of the crisis, Euro Crisis in the Press talks to Professor George Pagoulatos, advisor to former Greek PM Papademos and member of the Board of Directors … Continue reading
Posted by: October 21, 2013
Apr 7 2013
By Stefan Bauchowitz and José Javier Olivas* At the height of the Cyprus bailout crisis, the German Central Bank, the Bundesbank, has introduced into the public discourse the notion that Southern Europeans are richer than Germans. This claim is based on a study … Continue reading
Posted by: April 7, 2013