Category Archives: Southern Europe

Jan 22 2014

‘A Strategy for Southern Europe’: Lisbon Launch

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By Dr Rui Lopes, Associate at LSE IDEAS and researcher at Instituto de História Contemporânea (IHC). The Portuguese launch of the LSE IDEAS Special Report ‘A Strategy for Southern Europe’ – released by the Southern Europe International Affairs Programme at … Continue reading

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Dec 5 2013

Greece and the Myth of Self-Inflicted HIV Infection

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By Daniel Wolfe, director of the International Harm Reduction Development Program at the Open Society Foundations.   There are two stories about people who inject drugs—both urban legends with no base in reality—that I have heard in virtually every country … Continue reading

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Nov 29 2013

The rise of Matteo Renzi and Italy’s international role

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By Dr Michele Di Donato, Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS.   Nine months after the last general elections, Italy is still searching for political stability and far-reaching reforms. Backed by an uneven and contentious left-right coalition, the government led by … Continue reading

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