Greece

Port of Thessaloniki: Connecting Countries and Cultures

For more than 2,300 years, the Port of Thessaloniki in northern Greece has been connecting different peoples and cultures through…

Cyprus’s Natural Gas Company Brings Country to Cleaner, Secure Future

When drilling began on the Aphrodite gas field in Cypriot waters in 2011, expectations were high. Initial tests revealed an…

With Humble Beginnings, Energean Oil & Gas Is Rising to Become a Leading Player in the Eastern Mediterranean

Beginning with just one employee and one million euros in investment, exploration and production company Energean Oil & Gas has…

Closing the Gender Gap on Entrepreneurship in Europe

A 2014 study from the European Commission (EC) found that there were around 10.3 million female entrepreneurs working throughout the…

The Republic of North Macedonia: FYROM Chooses a Change

Last week, the parliament of the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia proposed that the country change its name to the…

Tsipras Pushes to Scrap Pension Cuts as Greece’s 2019 Budget Poised to Hit Surplus Goals

Greece is working out its 2019 budget and things are looking up, as the government is on track to both…

Cyprus’s Remedica Leads in Innovation and Alleviation of Suffering

Cyprus is embarking on a societal and economic transformation from a services-based economy to a knowledge hub. This process, which…

Startling IPCC Report Projections Spur EU Environmental Ministers into Action

EU environment ministers met last week to discuss and upgrade a variety of climate goals – just one day after…

Greece & FYROM’s Reconciliation Efforts Could Win PMs a Nobel Peace Prize

The Greek and Macedonian prime ministers, Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev, are being considered for the Nobel Peace Prize on…

Greek Energy Promises Lower Prices, Regional Integration, and Security of Supply

Three years ago, an affiliate of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE), a renowned non-profit organisation dedicated to advancing…
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