COMMENT Politics mitsotakis--7

Recovering lost ground

ALEXIS PAPACHELAS

The government that has just taken power in Greece is different to what we are accustomed to and close to what a big chunk of the population is eager to see. The center-right administration appears well-prepared. 

COMMENT

Acting on a plan

EDITORIAL

New Democracy has been saying it all along and SYRIZA, eventually, adopted the same view: In order to kickstart a sluggish economy, you need three things – investments, investments and investments.

COMMENT Education tsipras_web--4

SYRIZA’s transformation

MARIA KATSOUNAKI

No sooner had newly installed Education Minister Niki Kerameus said that the conservative government intends to revoke a decision by the previous administration to establish a fourth law school in Patra in western Greece, former prime minister Alexis Tsipras reacted by accusing New Democracy of pandering to private interests.

COMMENT

Cautious reform

EDITORIAL

The education reforms put forward by the new conservative government aspire to break the deadlock left behind by the populist policies of its leftist predecessors.

COMMENT Diplomacy capitol_web

Turning the 3+1 into a quadrilateral alliance

ENDY ZEMENIDES & DAVID HARRIS

Six years ago, the American Jewish Committee and the Hellenic American Leadership Council joined forces in support of the efforts of congressmen Gus Bilirakis and Ted Deutch as they formed the Congressional Hellenic Israel Alliance caucus.

COMMENT

A shame for Greece

EDITORIAL

What does it say about a state when it failed to protect over a hundred human lives from natural disaster and was still unable to set up an emergency alert system a year later?

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Cyprus marks anniversary of 1974 coup

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Cyprus on Monday marked the 45th anniversary of an Athens-backed military coup with a memorial service for those killed at a church in Nicosia. The July 15, 1974, coup was followed by the Turkish invasion five days later. [EPA]