Category Archives: Southern Europe

Jul 13 2015

Greek-22: the paradoxical situation of the Greek problem

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By Spyros Katsoulas, Research Associate at the Institute of International Relations of Panteion University, Athens “Greek-22” is a paradoxical situation in which a desired outcome is impossible to attain because of a set of inherently contradictory conditions. The current article … Continue reading

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Jul 10 2015

Between Dilemmas, Difficult Decisions and a Looming Impasse

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  By Professor Konstantin Filis, Director of Research Programme at the Institute of International Relations at Panteion University. The recent referendum was a misguided choice. Despite causing brief euphoria among supporters of the “NO”, in essence it was an attempt … Continue reading

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Jul 10 2015

The Great Game

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By Professor Michael Cox, Director of LSE IDEAS and Professor of International Relations at LSE, currently in Greece. To read the press here in Greece, as well as in that far distant place most Greeks now refer to as ‘Europe’, one could … Continue reading

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