Monthly Archives: June 2012

Seriousness

By Anastasios Gregorakos As the days go by my belief that this is going to be a bitter summer is reinforced. In newspapers and on television you see pictures you cannot pass without notice. Hundreds of pensioners flock toPiraeus from … Continue reading

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Coming Apart… & the “ΚΑΛΠΙ project”

“It is one of the achievements of the European Union’s insistence on austerity at any cost that Greece’s democratic stabilisation now seems jeopardized. Once democracy’s guarantor, Europe itself has now become the chief source of pressure upon it.” “For Greece … Continue reading

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Blog Roll Voices: May – June 2012

Analog: Shipwreck Centennial Farce Although it was a bitterly cold night, Angela, clasping the front of her fur coat, began to feel better. The waters were almost still and the surface seemed aglow, reflecting the lights and a few pieces … Continue reading

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