Greece

Europe’s New Migration Crisis

As desperate migrants flee Syria, Turkey has become little more than a stopover. Already home to an estimated 3.6 million…

The Floodgates Open as Europe Finds Itself Underwater

At least 33 Turkish soldiers were killed in an airstrike in northern Syria on February 27th, kicking off a round…

Parliament Dissolves as North Macedonia Vies for Accession

North Macedonia is set to hold new elections on April 12th, a full eight months earlier than expected. Not long…

Greek Foreign Policy Hinges on Increased Cooperation

In January 2020, when Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with United States President Donald Trump, the Greek leader remarked that…

Greek Universities Face Low Graduation Numbers

Greece has a unique problem – despite a high number of students being enrolled in university, only a small percentage…

Greece Aims to Build a Wall at Sea

As migration from Turkey and North Africa picks up once again, Southern Europe is scrambling to find coping solutions. Greece,…

Corruption Perception Index Highlights Successes and Concerns for EU Nations

The Corruption Perception Index, collated by anti-corruption coalition Transparency International, ranks 180 countries and territories around the world by their…

Greece, Cyprus, and Turkey Face Off Overseas and Online

Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey are facing off again, but this time online as well as at sea. By focusing on…

The EU Takes Charge on Libya

A high-profile summit that convened on January 19TH in Berlin sought to build the base for a lasting ceasefire in…

Katerina Sakellaropoulou Wins Greece’s Presidency in Dramatic Victory

In a stunning election result yesterday, a top judge has been elected Greece’s first female president. Katerina Sakellaropoulou won with…
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