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What conspiracy theories can tell us about politics in Greece
“When assessing a populist government, it’s always hard to tell whether it’s just incompetence or dark designs.”
politics  Greece 
march 2017 by nwlinks
How the Euro Crisis was successfully resolved
Important to counter the narrative that the Euro as such "failed".
eu  euro  greece 
february 2016 by nwlinks
Yanis Varoufakis, Peddler of Snake Oil
Tell us what you *really* think, @Jan_Techau!
eu  greece 
february 2016 by nwlinks
The Greek Crisis: What’s Germany up to?
Merkel and Schäuble, without caricatures.
eu  greece  germany 
july 2015 by nwlinks
How to keep Greece in
@COdendahl of @CER_London recommends more investment.
eu  greece 
july 2015 by nwlinks
The meaning of a referendum: Austerity and sovereignty
Greece and Puerto Rico - what's the difference? Daniel explains.
greece  puertorico 
july 2015 by nwlinks
Is the curtain coming down on Greece’s drama?
My @APCOWorldwide colleagues @chairmanyaffle and @fank7 comment.
eu  greece 
july 2015 by nwlinks
Ohi Day
The historical importance of the word 'Οχι.
greece 
july 2015 by nwlinks
Greece: Pandora's Cat (or Schrodinger's Box)
@ChairmanYaffle of @APCOworldwide gives his readout.
eu  greece 
february 2015 by nwlinks
The empty promises giving hope to people in despair
My favourite Cypriot commentator is savage this week.
cyprus  greece 
february 2015 by nwlinks
Museums in Macedonia
Constructing history both sides of the border.
greece  macedonia 
april 2013 by nwlinks
One Road
A journey through Yugoslavia in 1952. Beautiful writing.
serbia  greece  croatia  travel  macedonia  austria 
april 2013 by nwlinks
Chalkida, a once fine city
The remains of Venice's Negropont.
greece  History 
december 2012 by nwlinks
Ioannina to Tepelena
Peter follows Lord Byron to Ali Pasha's realm.
greece  albania 
november 2012 by nwlinks
NYT: Those Revolting Europeans
Krugman welcomes anti-austerity election results.
greece  france  elections  euro  eu 
may 2012 by nwlinks
Daily Nation: - Africa |South Sudan's lost white tribe: the Juba Greeks
"The Greeks of south Sudan are a tribe. We are not Dinka, we are not Acholi, but we are south Sudanese," George Ghines says proudly as he recalls that it was traders like his family who first founded the regional capital Juba. - I've been to his restaurant, the Notos; highly recommended.
sudan  greece 
january 2011 by nwlinks

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