Posts Tagged: crisis

Greece must be saved at all costs | Cesare Cunaccia| – VOGUE

… the Parthenon towered over the strong walls, like a bright and eternal miracle, that continuously dialogues with the wonderful sculptures that originally decorated it, through the glass structure that interweaves the Acropolis Museum. Greece must be saved at all

Greece must be saved at all costs | Cesare Cunaccia| – VOGUE

… the Parthenon towered over the strong walls, like a bright and eternal miracle, that continuously dialogues with the wonderful sculptures that originally decorated it, through the glass structure that interweaves the Acropolis Museum. Greece must be saved at all

GEORGE MASSEY: The role of Greece’s Rich Cultural Heritage

The truth is that Greece is not new to hard times. Her history is not only that of “bygone glory days” but also that of profound struggle. Socrates himself was born in the midst of the Greco-Persian Wars, Plato just

GEORGE MASSEY: The role of Greece’s Rich Cultural Heritage

The truth is that Greece is not new to hard times. Her history is not only that of “bygone glory days” but also that of profound struggle. Socrates himself was born in the midst of the Greco-Persian Wars, Plato just

MELANIE GRAF: RepowerGreece.com, The New Game Plan

My laptop always freezes when I need it most. When Firefox has at least ten tabs open, when Facebook chat has four heated conversations going, when there are six Word documents minimized, and when the one I am furiously working

MELANIE GRAF: RepowerGreece.com, The New Game Plan

My laptop always freezes when I need it most. When Firefox has at least ten tabs open, when Facebook chat has four heated conversations going, when there are six Word documents minimized, and when the one I am furiously working

PATRIZIO NISSIRIO: Some reflections on Greece and Italy

Italy and Greece – culturally very close from the beginning of time – seem to share a similar drama these days: a deep financial crisis, with heavy consequences for the lives of ordinary citizens, austerity packages that leave many dissatisfied.

PATRIZIO NISSIRIO: Some reflections on Greece and Italy

Italy and Greece – culturally very close from the beginning of time – seem to share a similar drama these days: a deep financial crisis, with heavy consequences for the lives of ordinary citizens, austerity packages that leave many dissatisfied.

MELANIE GRAF: Time to clean up the garbage and Repower Greece

For two and a half weeks, my commute to work has involved step-stoning through wide expanses of trash. Plugging my nose has become second nature. Like the rest of Athens, I have started to forget that there were once marble

MELANIE GRAF: Time to clean up the garbage and Repower Greece

For two and a half weeks, my commute to work has involved step-stoning through wide expanses of trash. Plugging my nose has become second nature. Like the rest of Athens, I have started to forget that there were once marble

CHRISTOPHER HADZOPOULOS: Sooner or later the hostages will be released

The French-hellenic Chamber of Commerce (C.C.I.F.H. Chambre de Commerce et d’ Industrie Franco-hellénique) is the oldest (125 years) bi-lateral Chamber in Greece. Greek-french political, cultural and of course commercial relations are thus well established. In fact French investments are probably

CHRISTOPHER HADZOPOULOS: Sooner or later the hostages will be released

The French-hellenic Chamber of Commerce (C.C.I.F.H. Chambre de Commerce et d’ Industrie Franco-hellénique) is the oldest (125 years) bi-lateral Chamber in Greece. Greek-french political, cultural and of course commercial relations are thus well established. In fact French investments are probably