Category Archives: Southern Europe

Jul 17 2015

Europe and the Greek issue: Profits, losses, missteps and uncertainties

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By Dr. Constantinos Filis, Research Director at the Institute of International Relations, Athens, Greece. Just a few days after Greece and its European partners reached their 13 July agreement, there are a number of reasons why we might feel that … Continue reading

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Jul 15 2015

Better times for Greeks?

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Professor Michael Cox, Director of LSE IDEAS and Professor of International Relations at LSE, reflects on being in Greece during the Euro crisis.  When I arrived In Greece the Saturday before that famous referendum there were three things which I thought I … Continue reading

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Jul 14 2015

From Grexit to Greekment

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By Spyros Katsoulas, Research Associate at the Institute of International Relations of Panteion University, Athens After a long night of negotiations, Europe’s leaders came out Monday morning with a painful Greekment instead of a disastrous Grexit. The majority of the … Continue reading

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