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The Greek government is offering five months now concrete proposals and options on how to tackle the deep-rooted financial and structural problems of the Greek economy. These proposals regard the overcoming of fiscal deadlock, the negotiations over a debt relief agreement, and certainly the preparation of a growth plan that could address the devastating macroeconomic… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

Because fellow journalists recognize the peril in which many of their Turkish colleagues now find themselves, Sunday’s election in Turkey is getting the full attention of the European media. It is indeed a game-changer of an election, not for the faint-hearted. Its outcome will determine the apotheosis of Recep Tayyip Erdogan or his ruin. And… » read more

  Posted by Andrew Duff - On Governing Europe

By Hilary Jeune, Oxfam’s EU policy advisor When European development ministers meet on Tuesday (26 May) to decide how the EU will approach overseas aid for the next 15 years, they may find themselves surrounded by smoke and mirrors. Various myths swirl around how European countries can best fund international development – or how they… » read more

  Posted by Oxfam's EU Advocacy office in Brussels

By Hilary Jeune, Oxfam’s EU policy advisor When European development ministers meet on Tuesday (26 May) to decide how the EU will approach overseas aid for the next 15 years, they may find themselves surrounded by smoke and mirrors. Various myths swirl around how European countries can best fund international development – or how they… » read more

Greek PM Tsipras was invited last Monday to participate in Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum, an annual meeting held under the auspices of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin aiming -mainly- at boosting Russia’s export capacity. The same day, Greece was invited to become the sixth member of BRICS’s New Development Bank (NDB). International and… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

In one of our latest posts we insisted on the huge and unbearable pressure exerted to the Greek economy and society by its creditors and political interlocutors in Eurozone. In this respect, we proposed a 3-year freeze of the country’s debt payment obligations. As the debate is stirred up and timeframes cannot be kept, there… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

    If you follow the news on Greece and Eurozone you certainly get puzzled by the amount of information stemming from different sources. Reports from Brussels, Athens, Washington and Berlin give you a sense of what is happening hour-per-hour in the country as if the entire world should and has to focus on Greece… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

SafeGov.org Statement: Public and private sector contracts should prohibit profiling and exploitation of user data Today, in response to the European Commission’s actions against Google finding that the company has abused its dominant share of Europe’s online search market and launching a formal investigation into Google’s Android platform, SafeGov.org calls the following three conclusions to… » read more

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