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EDITORIAL

The motto of a “multifaceted foreign policy” has taken form with the relations cultivated recently by Athens, exemplified by Tuesday’s Trilateral Summit with Cyprus and Egypt.


ALEXIS PAPACHELAS

We are currently witnessing a great battle for the soul of Europe. The European Union was never the typical superpower with military and geopolitical ambitions.


EDITORIAL

The motto of a “multifaceted foreign policy” has taken form with the relations cultivated recently by Athens, exemplified by Tuesday’s Trilateral Summit with Cyprus and Egypt.



TOM ELLIS

The former US secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Colin Powell, who passed away on Monday at the age of 84, was a distinct personality who enjoyed wide acceptance across the political spectrum.


COSTAS IORDANIDIS

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had two goals when he announced on Tuesday the plan to partially open Varosha, in the occupied city of Famagusta in the north of Cyprus, “with respect for property rights.”


KOSTAS KALLITSIS

The eurozone inflation rate of 3.4% is the highest recorded in 13 years, with its core nucleus (that is to say, free of the volatile prices of food and energy) standing at a rate of 1.9%, the highest it has been since 2008. Isn’t that amazing?


DIMITRIS KARAISKOS

His memorable work – be it political cartoons for magazines like The New Yorker or The Nation or graphic novels, including adaptations of works by great masters like Franz Kafka and Joseph Conrad – has captivated the whole planet.





APOSTOLOS LAKASAS

A small group of students who say they belong to the extra-parliamentary Left decided to acquire a recreation area on the grounds of Athens University by expropriating a hall which was originally built as an events space.




ALEXIS PAPACHELAS

We are currently witnessing a great battle for the soul of Europe. The European Union was never the typical superpower with military and geopolitical ambitions.



DIMITRIS RIGOPOULOS

As the Elliniko development on Athens’ southern coast gets on the road toward its implementation and more and more details come to light, the magnitude of this colossal endeavor is starting to become apparent.


ANGELOS STANGOS

Day-to-day life in Greece is excessively determined by people defying laws, rules and reason; it’s disappointing and extremely frustrating. But this, as former prime minister Kostas Simitis once said, is Greece and it doesn’t look like it’s changing much.


NIKOS VATOPOULOS

“Symbols & Iconic Ruins” poses a string of enduring and complex questions. The multifaceted group show, on display at the National Museum of Contemporary Art’s temporary exhibition hall, comprises art, architectural propositions and, most importantly, philosophical musings on the power, interpretations, versions and associative sequences of symbols. Evolving through 137 works by artists, architects and […]