A lesson from Greece on why driving a hard bargain with the EU does not end well.
New research into the Greek crisis from 2012-16 compared how tweets and traditional news affected bond yields among countries in the eurozone peripheries.
The Greek model of supporting the arts is both old and ongoing; it embraces difference and internationalism and believes art is the cornerstone to civil society. We should learn from that model.
Through his art and his travels, 19th-century French Romantic painter Eugène Delacroix sought to understand the chaos of an era he called 'the century of unbelievable things.'
Decades of top-level talks have failed to produce a solution. So why not get citizens involved?
The strict nature, implementation and dramatic social costs of the EU bailouts prompt questions about their effectiveness.
As we try to understand how extreme groups win mass appeal, this organisation offers valuable lessons.
Austerity measures, a refugee crisis and the UK's retreat have not dimmed most EU citizens' enthusiasm for the union.
The fires tearing through the Athens region are not an act of God, but a direct result of corruption and systematic disregard for the law.
From Greece, to the UK, to Japan and even Sweden, a slew of places in the Northern Hemisphere are suffering extreme heat. And the chances of extreme heat records tumbling are growing all the time.
Newly proposed 'controlled centres' in the EU must not breach migrants' human rights.
Many sacred sites such as temples, and churchyards are havens for biodiversity.
For the Greek government, having people speaking Macedonian Slavic in its territory did not sit well with its national ideology.
In March 2016, the EU struck a deal with Turkey to stop migrants crossing the Mediterranean to Greece. What has happened since?
The prospect of gas wealth has been escalating old rivalries and disputes between Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt and Greece.
A giant rally in Thessaloniki and another in Athens show the strength of feeling in Greek Macedonia – and all over a country's name.
Along the Balkan route, refugees and migrants are still in need of emergency aid.
Before CETA fully comes into effect, it must be ratified by each EU member state. Greece might have cause to stop it.
Europe is experiencing a wave of optimism that its seven-year Greek drama may be finally coming to a close. Only one way to do that: Share Greece's pain.
Italy, Portugal and Spain have all gone up in flames in recent weeks, highlighting the need to rethink how Mediterranean countries protect people and save ecosystems.