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Europe in Crisis

Europe point zero

As time passes by we are coming face to face with an era in European Continent that is going more and more crucial. To be more specific the fundamental principle …

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Brexit Grexit and Italexit: What is happening to Europe?

Brexit Grexit and Italexit: What is happening to Europe?

The Brexit fear that came true

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Pro Erdogan rally after the failed coup attempt

Turkey's unfolding expansionism

Turkey’s domestic situation is highly unstable with terrorist attacks, increasing economic problems, unemployment, clashes against the Kurds at its south-east borders, tens of thousands of arrests that had as their …

Georgios Karabelas on

The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

Haris Livanos on

Populism: The reason Greece is still in a deep economic crisis

Populism: The reason Greece is still in a deep economic crisis

Since the end of 2009, we saw Greece, Portugal, Spain, Ireland and Cyprus sinking in debts and serious financial issues with the threat of bankruptcy and a possible euro zone …

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Is Turkey a new danger for Europe?

Is Turkey a new danger for Europe?

The aftermath of the coup finds Turkey in the middle of critical decisions about its geopolitical future. Recep Tayipp Erdogan, Turkey's president since 2002, has the momentum in favour of…

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Culinary map of Europe

The culinary map of Europe according to Greece

Europe's diversity is also present in food


The map of Europe

Opinion: Europe is passing over for “the dark side of the force”

« There is a remedy which ... could in a few years make all Europe ... free and... happy and this remedy is to create a European family again , to the extent that we can, and give a structure capable of ensuring peace , security and freedom..».

Haris Livanos on

The EU-Turkey refugee deal: Is it legal?

The EU-Turkey refugee deal: Is it legal?

The clock is ticking and it is still unclear if the EU will manage to seal a refugee agreement with Turkey by the end of the week.

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Entrepreneurship in Greece

Can Youth Entrepreneurship in Greece Be the Key to Exit the Crisis?

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Young Greek Students on the frontline of Europe's refugee crisis

Young Greek Students on the frontline of Europe's refugee crisis

"What is remarkable is the fact that the local people, despite their limited time due to work and family engagements, are attuned to the situation and constantly try to meet the needs of the refugees, offering any help (material or psychological) they can."

Yiannis Piliouras on

UN Green Line, Nicosia, Cyprus

The Cyprus Issue; a matter of schedule or a matter of understanding the history and going further?

New negotiations create new opportunities and challenges.

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Many Europeans have shown their solidarity with the asylum seekers and refugees.

The Solidarity of Greek Citizens with Asylum Seekers

While governments and institutions are often not doing enough to assist refugees, many citizens have been pro-actively helping in many ways.

George Chatzelenis on

Top 15 oldest cities in Europe

Europe's oldest cities

We're not called "The old continent" for nothing...


Arrival of asylum seekers at a train station in Europe

The Balkans - the Alternative Solution to the Refugee Crisis

Can countries like Macedonia and Serbia help tackle the large influx of refugees seeking shelter in Europe?

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Crisis ahead

Is public investment the cure for the Greek economic crisis?

Many people think that the best way to tackle the Greek crisis is to cut public expenses, the income of senior citizens and the income of people working in the public sector. However, a more appropriate approach would be to have large investments made with public money and funding from the European Union.

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Yanis Varoufakis and Alexis Tsipras

The Greek reality in August beats the suspense of any drama series

There once was a saying that there is no news in August. The Greek reality seems to doubt that saying. August is full of news of critical importance.

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Greek drama

The tension in Greece is growing

The new parliamentary elections have been already declared for September and following the Greek, as well as the foreign press, there is a growing uncertainty about “what comes next” on all levels.

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The desire for Greek & EU Unity

Short Term Pain, Long Term Gain

Assessing the Greek need to accept the harsh realities of their economic plight

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Biggest Financial Defaults

The Biggest Defaults in Modern History

Greece is leading the list of defaulting debtors


Migrants Mediterranean Sea

Greece as a Purgatory for Immigrants and “Guilty” Europe

He looks at his handcuffs. “I have never been handcuffed before”, he says in his broken English. “I am a doctor, I am a scientist. You are supposed to be a democratic country; I have taken the Hippocratic oath”.

Anna Kokkinidou on

Greece Dodecanese Symi

Supporting Greece

Some thoughts on how Europeans can all contribute to helping out Greece in the midst of its acute economic crisis.

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

The new Greek debt deal

Infographic: The Greek Bailout Explained

Will the new arrangement get Greece out of the crisis?


Greek and EU flags flying in Athens

The Greek Crisis and the EU

For the first time since Greece’s accession to the European community in 1981, Greece stands in the middle of a crossroad as its commitment to European values and agreements is being questioned.

Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

NO vote demonstration in support of Greece in Madrid

The Greek Referendum: the Next Steps

Will the clear NO vote in Sunday's referendum help Greek PM Alexis Tsipras negotiate a better deal for Greece with the country's European creditors?

Klaudjo Kavaja on

Greeks celebrating the referendum outcome

How long will the joy last?

The Greeks delivered a decisive "No" at the referendum


The Greek and European Union flags

Greece - the European Union: 34 years together and we go on ...

Talking about the history of Greece since joining the European Union

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The Greek Economic Crisis and Ireland’s Example

The Greek Economic Crisis and Ireland’s Example

OneEurope contributor Kareem Padraig A. McDonald argues that to achieve economic recovery Greece must live up to its international commitments and follow Ireland's example of economic discipline.

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The Modern History of Greece has been very eventful.

What Brought Greece Here

A historical overview of the modern history of Greece and the factors which led to the current crisis.

Agamemnon Apostolou on

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras talking in front of a NO vote rally in Athens

The Greek Referendum: Yes or No?

Europe is Greece and Greece is Europe. Yes or no, Greece's historic referendum will invariably determine Greece's fate within the Union.

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