IN DEPTH


A checkout worker wears a mask and gloves to protect herself from Covid-19 at an Athens supermarket in this March 2020 file photo. Ian Bremmer notes that the virus has disproportionately hit the earnings of low-income and service workers. [InTime News]
POST-PANDEMIC ERA

A year into the pandemic, the health effects of Covid-19 speak for themselves – more than 105 million people known to be infected worldwide, more than 2 million dead.

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ANALYSIS

National interest, rather than personal ties, is the key factor which determines a state's foreign policy-making – even more so when we are talking about the world's leading power. That said, the personal dimension remains part of the equation.



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ANALYSIS

Turkey appears to have revived the old and outdated argument that the delineation of a continental shelf and an exclusive economic zone (EEZ) hinges upon geological characteristics.

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SPECIAL REPORT

Kathimerini visited the Sotiria Hospital in the northern Athenian suburb of Holargos for a glimpse into what goes on during a shift at the Covid-19 clinic.

 



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ANALYSIS

The disastrous impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is pushing Europe towards an existential crossroads. In defining the measures to respond to the crisis, two opposite blocks are forming.


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ANALYSIS

It was April 17, 2010, and Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull had just erupted, sending out great big ash clouds that were causing widespread air traffic disruption in parts of Europe. In Athens, the Greek government was anxiously preparing for the first visit by its creditors’ mission chiefs.


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ANALYSIS

It’s official – the Athens Stock Exchange was the best performing equity market in Europe last year, reflecting international investors' newfound confidence in Greece’s recovery.


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ANALYSIS

Global growth is projected to slow down further in the next few months, affecting Greece and the rest of the eurozone, warn analysts at Pimco, one of the world’s leading investment funds.