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Nick Malkoutzis
Editor of economic and political analysis website Macropolis ()
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What direction will Greek foreign policy go in under the new government in Athens? A useful overview from
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Nikos Konstandaras Jul 20
With a heavy heart and condolences to her family and friends: Suzanne Eaton’s beautiful logic
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Nick Malkoutzis Jul 20
'In my nightmares I'm always in the sea': a year on from the Greek fires. Devastating accounts of Mati fire gathered by
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Nick Malkoutzis Jul 18
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Athanasios Athans Jul 18
The next Commissioner of will be as announced by moments ago.
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Yannis Andritsopoulos Jul 18
After quitting as trustee, writer calls for honest discussion about return of artefacts – campaigners heartened
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Daphne Papadopoulou Jul 18
Giorgos Roupakias, the man charged with the murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas in September 2013, is finally testifying in court
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alexandra voudouri Jul 17
Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia message to the new government in Greece: we worked hard to reach simfonia (agreement) which is a good basis to move to filia (friendship) and if we make use of this opportunity with an open heart we will reach galini
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Nick Malkoutzis Jul 17
New Greek govt out of the blocks early for first market foray, with considerable success. has now exceeded its debt issuance target for the year (€7 billion)
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Papaconstantinou G Jul 16
My take on the recent Greek elections and the broader lessons for Europe and populism - a blog post for EUIdeas.
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Georgia Nakou Jul 16
New Democracy's pledge to redesign higher in is the latest in a painful history of reforms and counter-reforms that have resulted in a deeply troubled system. Some background in an earlier piece for
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Aydın Selcen Jul 16
Foreign Minister Çavuşoğlu on sanctions : "No need to take them seriously, (these are) simple things..."
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Nektaria Stamouli Jul 16
Yield on ’s July 2026 set at 1.9%, books in excess of €12.5 billion
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Ioannis Papadopoulos Jul 15
An exclusive story today at The family of Mustafa Mustafa, a Syrian who died from carbon monoxide poisoning in , sued the Greek State. They are asking for compensation. Three men died within a week in the camp during their sleep in Jan. ‘17
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Nektaria Stamouli Jul 15
ready to tap markets with a 7-year with the yield seen close to 2% according to officials Athens aims to drow some 2.5 billion and complete the goal of drawing some 7.5 billion in 2019
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Nick Malkoutzis Jul 15
Replying to @NickMalkoutzis
Content of the meeting also undoes the narrative that New Democracy supposedly won Greek election without making promises. Maybe it was more measured than others, but ND made plenty of economic pledges and voters will judge it on that basis
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Nick Malkoutzis Jul 15
First opportunity for Greece's new finance minister to set out govt's ideas on lower taxes and primary surpluses when he meets ESM head later today
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Nick Malkoutzis Jul 15
Replying to @IoannisGrammati
It doesn't necessary take both sides to want a fight for the relationship to be conflictual
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Nick Malkoutzis Jul 15
New Democracy could reap the rewards of having a proper working relationship with central bank chief Stournaras, rather than conflictual one SYRIZA had with him over the previous 4.5 years
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wolf piccoli Jul 15
My two cents on the political debate about the 3.5% of GDP primary surplus target via by
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