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The release of the NATO 2020 Report on the 17th of May could be regarded as a disappointment by European military and political experts. The sages that put it together could not logically explain why we should continue to keep a military and political organisation designed to defend the Euro-Atlantic world from the threats posed… » read more

Posted by Florian Pantazi

The problems of the Greek economy have received all the attention necessary from large German tour operators, who understand the need to dramatically increase the number of German tourists holidaying in Greece. Despite recent acrimonious exchanges between parts of the German media and Greek politicians, German intellectuals have always admired the achievements of Greek civilisation,… » read more

Posted by Florian Pantazi

International speculators bent on creating an eurozone debt crisis where there wasn’t one could now rejoice. One of their earlier bets, a no-brainer at that, was that when austerity measures would finally be adopted by the Greek government, mass protests will ensue. On the 5th of May, protest actions which started peacefully a week earlier… » read more

Posted by Florian Pantazi

One of the most annoying consequences of the 2007-08 financial crisis, and now of the European debt crisis, is the re-emergence of religious fascism. We’ve seen it all before, in the 1930’s. In Spain, Franco’s fascist regime was strongly backed by the Catholic Church until the end of the ‘seventies. In Romania, Orthodox fascists calling… » read more

Posted by Florian Pantazi