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The pro-rupture article of uncompromising Minister Lafazanis

So, it’s been a long time since I have run any update on the blog. I return with the pro-rupture, uncompromising OP-ED article published today in Greek CRASH magazine by Panagiotis Lafazanis, the Greek Minister of Reconstruction of Production, Environment & Energy. 1,457 more words


European Central Bank causes Frankfurt riots.

A few weeks ago there were protest in Frankfurt that escalated into riots. These so-called protests fell under ‘Blockupy’. I was shocked at first because Germany is a neighbouring country and these riots suddenly hit close to home. 659 more words

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A new project is starting in Edinburgh

The art project will start in Scotland but with the aim to reach Europe as well.

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Facebook and Greek debt — what to watch for in the week ahead

Hello friends and Fortune readers.

This week promises to be busy with news across the spectrum of the business world. In tech, Facebook will hold its annual developers conference and likely unveil some new or tweaked products. 581 more words


A young European voice on Grexit: too high a bill and too big a deal!

Written by Camilla Crovella, member of the Eustory Alumni Network and Spotlight Europe

The European reality has always been crossed by threats of division and secessionisms due to its cultural and political diversity which constitutes both its weak point but also the basis for building its strength. 985 more words