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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
By Pantelis Boukalas
It is so exhausting and unpleasant for average Greek citizens to keep hearing for weeks now that the country’s cash reserves will run out in two months, one month, next week, and especially when this is reported in a snide manner.
 INSIDE COMMENT
COMMENTARY
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
It is so exhausting and unpleasant for average Greek citizens to keep hearing for weeks now that the country’s cash reserves will ...
EDITORIAL
Better late than never
Three precious months were lost in the government’s negotiations with the country’s international partners and creditors, as some ...
ANALYSIS
If Greece falls, no one wants their prints on the murder weapon
"We're going bust." "No, you're not." "You're strangling us." "No we're not." "You owe us for World War Two." "We gave already." T...
COMMENTARY
Reaching crunch time
Several cabinet ministers and MPs are no longer hiding it: They either openly admit that they are promoting the drachma or they mu...
EDITORIAL
Personal sacrifices
Every country needs a powerful and capable opposition as much as a good government. Today Greece has neither. A new entity uniting...
COMMENTARY
Five years ago
This week marks five years since Greece officially entered a period of crisis when then Prime Minister George Papandreou announced...
EDITORIAL
Slippery slope
The extremely divisive language that is currently being used by parliamentary deputies and coalition ministers is both unacceptabl...
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COMMENTARY
Unfulfilled pledge
 
By Xenia Kounalaki
It seems that the political cost of clashing with the Church and the potential impact on the cohesion of the coalition is too big for the new government to shoulder.
COMMENTARY
Reaching crunch time
 
By Alexis Papachelas
Several cabinet ministers and MPs are no longer hiding it: They either openly admit that they are promoting the drachma or they murmur things like, 'Why not the drachma?'
 
COMMUNITY
ENVIRONMENT
Consensus pulls Prespes region back from the brink
By Giorgos Lialios
In the Prespes region, around lakes Megali Prespa and Mikri Prespa, it always has been and always will be about water.
BUSINESS
PROFILE
Discreet Tsakalotos tapped to salvage troubled Greek loan talks
By John Hadoulis
Running out of time and money, Greeces hard-left government has reshuffled its EU-IMF negotiating team and given a key role to a Dutch-born moderate economist less likely to irritate the country's creditors.
CULTURE
EXHIBITION
Strangers to Athens depict their impressions of the city
By Margarita Pournara
A reflection of the city’s past and present in an imaginary dimension remains an interesting and stimulating game for foreigners, even today.
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