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COMMENTARY
The placebo effect and the economy
By Nikos Konstandaras
Among the greatest mistakes made in the years of Greece’s hard landing is that citizens did not get the chance to sense that aside from austerity and pain the economic adjustment program also brought some benefits.
 INSIDE COMMENT
COMMENTARY
Putting the party above the country
The case of Sabiha Suleiman, the Roma activist whose candidacy for the European Parliament was announced by SYRIZA only to be with...
EDITORIAL
Strong card in debt talks
Achieving a primary surplus and having it confirmed by the European statistical agency, Eurostat, is a significant success for Gre...
COMMENTARY
It´s too soon for Europe to declare victory
There was a time not so long ago when the vast majority of experts agreed that a country could not emerge decisively from a financ...
COMMENTARY
Reality´s other side
There is plenty of evidence pointing to the fact that the country’s real economy has hit rock bottom and is currently entering a p...
EDITORIAL
Enough barbarity
The events that took place on Santorini on Holy Saturday, when seven people were injured, including an American tourist who sustai...
COMMENTARY
Unanswered questions
It’s been four years since Greece signed the first memorandum. Back then Prime Minister George Papandreou had come into an explosi...
EDITORIAL
Avoiding extremes
The best thing that parties and candidates can do for voters in view of the upcoming elections is to avoid extremes and senseless ...
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COMMENTARY
Unanswered questions
 
By Alexis Papachelas
History would be more lenient toward former PM George Papandreou had he admitted to being wrong and unable to fulfill his promises, and had proceeded with cuts right away.
COMMENTARY
Putting the party above the country
 
By Costas Iordanidis
Coalition partners New Democracy and PASOK were quick to score points on the back of SYRIZA’s repeated bungling, accusing the opposition party of setting its standards very low. Neither, of course, took the initiative to offer Suleiman a spot on their candidate lists.
 
ANALYSIS
REAL ESTATE
Home market unlikely to pick up soon
By Dimitris Kontogiannis
The Greek economy may emerge from the deep, protracted recession of the last six years in 2014 but prospects for one of the locomotives of growth in the past do not look promising.
DOCUMENTARY
'PALIKARI'
A Greek migrant’s story destined to echo in eternity
By Nick Malkoutzis
A century after the Colorado National Guard broke a coal miners' strike and left 20 protesters dead, a documentary called “Palikari,” made by two Greeks, director Nickos Ventouras and researcher Lambrini Thoma, seeks to build on the single account of Louis Tikas’s journey from Cretan migrant to working man’s legend and create a comprehensive account of this gripping tale.
FOCUS
URBAN LIFE
Doing the wheelchair slalom in a hostile city
By Lina Giannarou
A campaign launched by the Association of Social Responsibility for Children and Youths (SKEP), called “Slalom in the Streets,” aims to raise awareness about how people with mobility challenges see the world.
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