Kostas Rougkalas is a Greek Under-19 international defender who recently skippered Olympiakos against Europe’s elite academy sides in the NextGen series.
Readers should cut it out and keep this chart and brandish it the next time they hear someone argue that things are going to turn out OK because the IMF says so.
For me, there is little worse than a bellowing rendition of Rule Britannia, or a mention of past empirical ‘greatness.’ That said, there is one thing that seemingly does grant us first prize in the lottery of life. That is our language.
Could Germany be the first country to jump off the single currency cliff?
Greece is where it all began and it looks increasingly likely that it’ll be where it all ends as well.
Snehta, a new residency programme for emerging British artists has recently been established in Athens.
Investors have good reason to be sceptical that the new Italian leader can resurrect his country’s economy
Angela Merkel has often made a point of accentuating her love for the beautiful game.
Last week I saw a production of Sophocles’ Antigone at the National Theatre in London and it struck me that the play echoed dangerously in today’s Greece, especially if thought through Hegel’s reading of the play.
The era of moderate politicians is at an end. Right across Europe many people who grew up on a diet of consumerism and political cynicism are beginning to shake-off apathy and re-engage. As a consequence, from the Élysée Palace to the so-called “cradle of democracy”, the people of Europe are starting to rediscover the radical possibilities of the ballot box.
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