2017 and The Axis of Populism

By Eve Geroulis Vengeful, relentless and epochal 2016 continues to cast a shadow on the dawn of a new year. 2016 wasn’t merely a Black Swan, the...

25 Years Later: DIW Berlin’s Experts Analyse German and European Monetary Union

Was the design of German monetary union flawed? Was it a mistake to adopt the euro? On the occasion of this historically important date, experts at DIW Berlin addressed these questions.

Greece Is Just the Start of Europe’s Problems

As we hold our breath and wait for the eventual outcome of the Greek bail-out negotiations, it’s tempting to see Europe’s challenges as purely economic in nature.

Report from Lesvos: without safe access to asylum, people will keep risking their lives...

By Heaven Crawley I stood in the corner of a dusty cemetery on the Greek island of Lesvos and watched a mother bury her child....

Europe Is Heading Towards Constitutional Crisis, With or Without Greece

The future of the European Union and its shaky legal foundations have been laid bare by the Greek crisis.
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Brexit, Grexit and the evolution of Europe

Opinion article by Panos T. Xenokostas* The British people last week did not make a choice but rather a prediction. A prediction which the average...

An Ancient Greek Wrote the Perfect Play to Reflect on the Refugee Crisis in...

By: Laura Swift Berlin recently agreed to curb the number of migrants it welcomed after a backlash against Angela Merkel’s suspension of EU rules limiting...

Sultan Erdogan vs Noam Chomsky as Turkey Tramples on Free Speech and Arrests Academics

Turkey’s military has been recently escalating vicious attacks against the Kurdish population under the pretext of fighting ISIS. Last week, a petition was circulated...

Greeks and Cypriots Living in a Post-Brexit Britain

Growing up in the northern suburbs of London, you realize quickly that the Greek-British in London have a firm position as a recognized and...