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30.12.2020 / 22:15

The war on the coronavirus is global – it could be described as WWIII – in the sense that no country has managed to escape unscathed from it.


10.12.2020 / 17:23

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the coronavirus pandemic are Greece’s twin headaches, linked by their consequences on the economy, which are certainly greater from the latter, though the former’s impact is not negligible either, given Turkey’s constant provocations.


02.12.2020 / 21:53

Some analysts say that Nikos Dendias’ toughening rhetoric toward Germany is his own personal choice rather than a stance agreed with Kyriakos Mitsotakis.


27.11.2020 / 12:49

These are perilous times for a large part of the planet, with difficult situations in many regions. They are especially dangerous for us Greeks, even though we are “part of the West” and members of its key institutions.


25.11.2020 / 14:23

The escalation of the coronavirus crisis, in combination with the artificial political confrontation provoked by the tactical maneuvers in the name of the anniversary of the November 17 Athens Polytechnic uprising, has overshadowed interest in other recent events.


07.11.2020 / 22:03

Independently of the final result, the elections in the United States have demonstrated that President Donald Trump – as well as everything he expresses and represents – is like an action hero who refuses to die.


13.10.2020 / 18:29

We are not doing well with the coronavirus and things are not looking good, unfortunately. The economy is suffering as a consequence but it is hoped that things will get back on an even keel soon.


04.10.2020 / 00:42

There is no doubt that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent visit to Greece was a positive development, which strengthened – in terms of appearance, at least – Greece’s position, as evidenced by Ankara’s annoyance.


17.09.2020 / 16:18

Yes, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ government has been unfortunate in having to deal with the huge problems of the pandemic, the Greek-Turkish crisis, the economic and social impact of these, as well as the migration crisis, which had already grown to dangerous proportions before the conservatives were elected last summer.