A major diplomatic game will take place in the middle of June with the face-to-face meetings between the president of the United States, Joe Biden, and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and his subsequent meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Who sets the tone for economic policy? The question sounds paradoxical, but perhaps some of the things that are happening are also paradoxical.
When it is common knowledge that Greece has a demographic problem which constitutes an immediate threat, when we all know that in the past few years the labor market has been upended by the long crisis and the pandemic, one can only wonder why the Interior Ministry would choose to hinder people who are already here and want to be part of the country’s future from applying for residence permits or citizenship.
In an interview with Kathimerini, the country’s President Armen Sarkissian discusses the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with Azerbaijan and Turkey’s role in the strife.
Τhe public row surrounding the Covid vaccine patents is absolutely ridiculous, even for a country so accustomed to the ridiculous.
Philippe Auguin is by no means new to the Greek National Opera. Before taking up the invitation to conduct Umberto Giordano’s “Andrea Chénier,” the French maestro had worked with the company on “Tannhäuser” in 2009, “Nabucco” in 2018, “La Sonnambula” in 2019 and “Don Carlos” in 2020.