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One needs to look at major public works, such as the Acropolis Museum in Athens, evaluate their status and contribution to today’s world, and bring back to mind how shortsighted the fierce protests that delayed their construction really were.


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25.11.2021 / 22:50

In the near future, Greece will have the rare opportunity to have the resources of the EU Recovery Fund at its disposal.


24.11.2021 / 21:00

The creation of a Greek hub in Silicon Valley, the seat of the avant-garde of the US tech scene, is a model for the extroversion that the Greek economy must follow.


23.11.2021 / 21:00

Expanding the capital’s metro system will not only improve the everyday life of its citizens; it will also create new economic opportunities for local communities. 


21.11.2021 / 22:39

A beheading definitely stops a headache. But it is probably not the right treatment for it.


20.11.2021 / 21:00

The leadership battle in the center-left Movement for Change (KINAL) has so far been superficial. 


19.11.2021 / 21:00

The terrible ordeal thousands of Athenians were subjected to when they had to leave home during the public transport strike on Thursday is not a reason to demand the abolition of the right to strike.


18.11.2021 / 22:47

Some politicians who have succumbed to the lure of publicity and others out of sheer political inexperience constantly feed a babel of speculation about possible health measures. 


17.11.2021 / 21:00

Everyone wants to avoid a new economic slump. But this cannot be achieved without everyone shouldering the responsibility of enforcing the necessary health measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus. 


16.11.2021 / 21:00

The renewed hybrid attack on Europe’s northeastern border between Poland and Belarus is more than a vindication of the stance adopted by Greece in early 2020 on its border with Turkey at Evros. The images of thousands of migrants clamoring to push through Poland’s border can also serve as a lever for Greece so it […]


14.11.2021 / 21:50

All of Europe is being hit by the fourth wave of the pandemic. The ordeal that Greece is going through is not due to any cultural peculiarity.



12.11.2021 / 21:00

The discussion about the Greek school system tended to always focus on staff and infrastructure, on the absence of money for better buildings and more teachers.


11.11.2021 / 21:38

There are some representatives of specific economic sectors who seem to be addicted to the benefits handed out during the lockdowns.


10.11.2021 / 21:00

We all want the big investment projects to go ahead, but without exaggerations or failures that will not be reversible.