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The dull thud of bombs
By Nikos Konstandaras
The car bomb that exploded in central Athens on Thursday was a message from a past that we appear to have left behind.
 INSIDE COMMENT
COMMENTARY
It´s too soon for Europe to declare victory
There was a time not so long ago when the vast majority of experts agreed that a country could not emerge decisively from a financ...
COMMENTARY
Reality´s other side
There is plenty of evidence pointing to the fact that the country’s real economy has hit rock bottom and is currently entering a p...
EDITORIAL
Enough barbarity
The events that took place on Santorini on Holy Saturday, when seven people were injured, including an American tourist who sustai...
COMMENTARY
Unanswered questions
It’s been four years since Greece signed the first memorandum. Back then Prime Minister George Papandreou had come into an explosi...
EDITORIAL
Avoiding extremes
The best thing that parties and candidates can do for voters in view of the upcoming elections is to avoid extremes and senseless ...
COMMENTARY
The placebo effect and the economy
Among the greatest mistakes made in the years of Greece’s hard landing is that citizens did not get the chance to sense that aside...
EDITORIAL
Justice under threat
Those who work within the Greek justice system have been the victims of an increasing number of violent attacks carried out by ext...
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COMMENTARY
The danger is still here
 
By Costas Iordanidis
It seems fair to say however that Greece – or, rather, the New Democracy-PASOK governing coalition – has significantly adapted to the ideas and practices that took hold of the European Union in the wake of the global banking crisis in 2008 and the country’s bankruptcy in 2010.
COMMENTARY
Empty vessels
 
By Paschos Mandravelis
US satirist and journalist Patrick Jake O’Rourke once said about American politics, “The Republicans are the party that says government doesn’t work and then they get elected and prove it.” A similar principle seems to inspire European populists on the far right and the far left.
 
COMMUNITY
POLITICS
The real deputies of the Greek Parliament
By Lina Giannarou
Vouliwatch, which is the Greek version of Parliament Watch, enables citizens to monitor and evaluate the activity of members of parliament, as well as the European Parliament. Visitors can also find out about the voting record of deputies and ask them questions.
LIFE
DESIGN
Only in Athens: A new design concept for souvenirs
By Dimitris Rigopoulos
The Only in Athens project, a joint initiative between architectural firm Point Supreme and the Blanco team headed by poet Stathis Kefalouros, is making some headway by presenting alternative
TOURISM
MUSEUMS
Leading Greek museums and sites extend visiting hours for new tourist season
A number of the country's archaeological sites and museums inaugurated extended visiting hours on Tuesday in view of the upcoming tourist season.
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