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Kotzias, Dugin and the EU
By Xenia Kounalaki
'It has always been Golden Dawn’s position that Greece should not be a part of EU and US sanctions against Russia. Our national interests and geopolitical facts dictate this stance.' This was how the ultranationalist party expressed its backing for the new Greek government on the issue on Wednesday.'
 INSIDE COMMENT
COMMENTARY
The dogma and the command center
We have reached a critical juncture. We have a new, inexperienced government trying to see if “the great negotiations” discussed b...
EDITORIAL
Silence will not be forgiven
It’s time for a turn toward realism, caution and logic. The negotiations with our partners and lenders must be concluded swiftly b...
ANALYSIS
Greece shakes Europe´s political kaleidoscope: expect the unexpected
By catapulting to power an improbable alliance of the hard left and nationalist far right, Greece has shaken up Europe's political...
COMMENTARY
Unyielding truth
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis’s recent statement that “growth does not mean having Porsche Cayennes in the narrow streets of G...
EDITORIAL
This is not a game
Greece’s negotiations with its partners and creditors must be conducted in such a way as to safeguard the country’s real economy, ...
INTERVIEW
SYRIZA must come up with ‘pragmatic solutions,’ Schulz tells Kathimerini
“SYRIZA must realize that it is now the Greek government, not a party running an election campaign,” European Parliament President...
COMMENTARY
Strange haste
The members of the new government must have a lot of confidence in themselves. Several days before announcing his program, Prime M...
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COMMENTARY
Charlie and the abyss
 
By Nikos Konstandaras
The problem is that we are not all Charlie. The very declaration that we are – our need to identify with the victims of a terrible crime, as if we can protect them by exposing our own breasts to the assassins’ bullets – is based on the understanding that others do not share the same concern.
COMMENTARY
Europe and self-criticism
 
By Maria Katsounaki
The process of self-criticism, during which Europe will question why a peaceful balance between political immersion and multicultural vision has not been attained, has already begun.
 
COMMENTARY
FOREIGN POLICY
Kotzias, Dugin and the EU
By Xenia Kounalaki
'It has always been Golden Dawn’s position that Greece should not be a part of EU and US sanctions against Russia. Our national interests and geopolitical facts dictate this stance.' This was how the ultranationalist party expressed its backing for the new Greek government on the issue on Wednesday.'
ANALYSIS
EU & GREECE
Debt relief is inevitable
By Clive Crook
Greece and the European Union will split the difference in their quarrel over debt relief. What's uncertain is how their respective governments will justify the new deal, and how much damage they'll inflict on each other before accepting the inevitable.
INTERVIEW
SCHULZ
SYRIZA must come up with ‘pragmatic solutions,’ Schulz tells Kathimerini
By Xenia Kounalaki
“SYRIZA must realize that it is now the Greek government, not a party running an election campaign,” European Parliament President Martin Schulz, the first European official to visit Greece since the country elected a new left-wing government, tells Kathimerini.
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