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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…

AXIA Means ‘Value’ in Both Word and Deed

At the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus has a long history of working with foreigners. Over the millennia,…

Malta Continues Blockchain Push As National Company Registry Signs Up

The announcement was made by one of the country’s leading blockchain advocates, Silvio Schembri, who is the Parliamentary Secretary for…

Decentralisation Brings Opportunity for Economy and Culture to Thrive in the Peloponnese

Named as the best place in Europe to visit in 2016, the Peloponnese is home to ancient history:  sites like…

After the Elections, the Difficult Task of Coalition-Building Begins

As Spain’s heated elections wrapped up, acting Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, seeks to consolidate his hold on government – but…

Tensions Mount in the Eastern Mediterranean as Turkey Seeks to Drill in Cyprus’ EEZ

As Turkey gets ready to drill for natural gas offshore of Cyprus, Cyprus rallies support from the EU to collectively…

“We Don’t Have the Luxury Not to Talk About Migration” – Maltese Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Promotion

As former Maltese Prime Minister, Dom Mintoff, once asserted: “There can be no security and peace in Europe if there…

Will France Invent a New Regulatory Framework to Counter Online Hate Speech?

In a meeting with French President, Emmanual Macron, Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, discussed access to Facebook’s algorithms, to…

Rising Temperatures and Heated Rhetoric on Malta as Election Day Nears

With less than two weeks until European Parliament elections, tensions are running high in Malta. As the EU’s smallest and…

Anti-Establishment Parties Set for Big EU Gains Despite Stagnant Italian Economy

Despite the economy stagnating under the M5S-League coalition, voters are again expected to back these anti-establishment options, rather than the…
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