Greece

Marking the End of an Era, Syriza Loses to New Democracy in a Landslide

Four years ago, Alexis Tsipras and his left-wing Syriza party came to power to challenge austerity and Greece’s international creditors.…

Preventing Future Shocks Means Adapting Banks Now

The sovereign debt crisis ended years ago, but the scars remain. Dissatisfaction with the way countries handled the crisis was…

The EU Came Together Over Top Picks, but Parliament Remains Internally Divided

“The European Council has agreed on the future leadership of the EU institutions”, said Donald Tusk, chairman of the EU…

Greece Harnesses EU Funding to Push Towards Ambitious Renewables Plan

The announcement of the partnership has sparked interest in a host of sustainable projects in the country, with the investment…

From the Sixth South EU Summit to the EU Council Meeting

On Friday, June 14th, Malta played host to the Sixth South EU Summit – also known as the Southern EU…

What to Expect From the 6th South EU Summit?

Coming on the heels of the European Parliament elections – and mere days prior to the EU Council meeting –…

Leading by Example: the Democratisation of Healthcare

It is no secret that Greece received a beating in the 2008 economic slump, or that the road to recovery…

As the Dust Settles, a New EU Emerges

Normally a sleepy election, this year’s European Parliament elections feature higher turnout than seen in years, hitting 51 percent in…

Oh, Snap! New Elections Called for in Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ left-wing party, Syriza, lost a lot of ground, both in European Parliament elections and in…

Tsipras Courts Public Approval by Slashing Taxes

Greece is set to hold general elections in October, and PM Alexis Tsipras’ Syriza party is looking to shore up…
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