“We invented both democracy and demagogy”

Former Foreign Minister of Greece Dora Bakoyannis visited Turkey today to attend a conference on "Women and Politics in Europe and Turkey"g by...

FYROM Confronts Greece at the International Court of Justice

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is ready to confront Greece before the International Court of Justice in the Hague. The hearings began today and...

EU Agrees to Roll Over Greek Debt

After lengthy discussions, the EU Summit meeting finally came to an end, concluding to the rollover of the 110 billion euro EU loan for...

European Parliament Members Detained in Northern Cyprus

Authorities in the breakaway Turkish Cypriot north on Saturday, detained some members of the European Parliament who had gone there to make a survey...

Frontex launches new mission in Greece

RABIT, the emergency operation to combat illegal immigration at the border between Greece and Turkey, has come to an end. Operation Poseidon, a standard...

EU Seeks To Drop Contested Provisions Of Competition Pact

European Union President Herman Van Rompuy (photo) attempts to soften some of the most controversial provisions of a euro-zone economic package proposed by France...

Greek Commissioner Defies EU Model of Austerity

Maria Damanaki, the commissioner for maritime affairs, publicly distanced herself from European Commission policies that she says could lead to "social degradation" and called...

European economists Warn Greece May Have to Quit Euro

Greece's debts are rising rapidly despite radical austerity measures. Now a group of leading European economists has warned that creditors might have to write...

Commission Refers Greece to EU Court of Justice

The European Commission stated that it has decided to refer Greece to the EU Court of Justice for maintaining investment restrictions in breach of...

EU Urges Turkey to Open Ports

There is no "Plan B" for Turkey to join the European Union so long as disputes over Cyprus remain, EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele...