Tag: Greece

The 27-year-old dispute over the name “Macedonia” may soon be over

After decades of diplomatic crisis, Greece and the FYROM hope to settle over the use of the name Macedonia.

/ February 14, 2018

Cyprus votes to re-elect its president in hopes of finding solution to peace process

Nicos Anastasiades, of the conservative Democratic Rally Party, was re-elected on Sunday.

/ February 5, 2018

1821: What Made It Greek and Revolutionary?

Please join us on Friday, October 20th for a conference entitled “1821: What Made It Greek and Revolutionary?”, hosted by the NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia with support by the Global Research Initiatives, Office of the...

/ October 20, 2017

Book presentation: Rainbow Republic

Book presentation of Rainbow Republic (2016, Mondadori), by Fabio Canino. Both the book and the presentation are in Italian. Cosa succederebbe se un giorno la Grecia, ridotta in ginocchio dal default economico, venisse progressivamente acquistata e occupata dalla comunità omosessuale globale? La risposta...

/ February 1, 2017

Conference: Winckelmann, The Transalpine Fantasy of Modern Paganism

Winckelmann: The Transalpine Fantasy of Modern Paganism seeks to re-frame, reassess, and generally defamiliarize the antiquarian and historian who wrote the script of obsessive German philhellenism.

/ December 8, 2016

Book. Game Over: The inside story of the Greek crisis

Book discussion with author George Papacostantinou (Greek Finance Minister 2009-2011).

/ October 12, 2016