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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
EDITORIAL
Consensus is key
The education bill that has been put forward by Greece’s leftist-led government has to be the subject of extensive public consulta...
COMMENTARY
The other inequality: how the state spends our money
Growing inequality between rich and poor across the world has rightly become the focus of much investigation and analysis. The Org...
COMMENTARY
Reform not stimulus is way out for Greece
A widely told narrative of the economic crisis in Greece holds that it is the product of excessive austerity, imposed by arrogant ...
COMMENTARY
A catalyst for change
In politics you have the partisans and players with “special” weight and power. The coalition government formed by SYRIZA and Inde...
EDITORIAL
Window of opportunity
Greece’s principal partners and creditors seem ready to reach an agreement with the Greek government that will not be too onerous ...
COMMENTARY
Conspiracy madness
A friend went to a traditional taverna the other day. At some point, the owner pointed to an airplane that was leaving a long whit...
EDITORIAL
Scaring off investors
In his speech at the annual general meeting of the Federation of Hellenic Enterprises (SEV) on Monday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipr...
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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?'
 
ANALYSIS
GREECE & GERMANY
The breakthrough that didn’t come
By Yannis Palaiologos
Even after the formation of the pro-bailout government under Antonis Samaras following the June 2012 elections, eurozone hawks continued to press for a clean break from Greece.
CINEMA
TASSOS BOULMETIS
‘Notias’ travels back to 60s
By Maria Katsounaki
“Notias” tells the story of a boyand his journey from adolescence to adulthood as he tries to make his dreams come true.
CITY LIFE
TATOI
Development back on the table
By Giorgos Lialios
Plans to develop the former royal estate at Tatoi, a short drive from the northern Athenian suburb of Kifissia, are coming back to life.
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