South Africa’s minister of finance should have used the bailout of Eskom to fast-track its split and introduce the private sector into the electricity sector.
The Erdogan government’s response to the devastating earthquakes in Turkey has been widely criticised. But how it might affect the forthcoming presidential election remains to be seen.
The British Museum appears close to a decision on returning the Elgin marbles – here’s how it might navigate the legal challenges.
In the wake of revelations on the EU’s failure to protect migrants, an MSF doctor details how those seeking to reach Europe’s shores are increasingly falling prey to violent deterrence methods.
Prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis admits his intelligence agency surveilled journalists but denies using illegal Predator software on them.
Tensions between Greece and Turkey are nothing new, but the future cannot be built on the grievances of the past. For greater regional stability, both countries must de-escalate.
The Cold War provided the US with strategic and defensive advantages; some politicians also used it to push their view of what it meant to be American.
These books and poems give the women of the Odyssey a say and other new perspectives on the classic tale.
As the European Central Bank announces its first increase in interest rates, investors are getting very nervous.
A scholar of Greek classics revisits the texts to bring lessons on how to honor the lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Undocumented migrant workers use Photovoice to share their experience working and living in Greece.
The story can be traced back many centuries to a time of warfare between Christian European countries and the Muslim Ottoman Empire.
Government agencies are setting up new websites and phone hotlines to provide information. But those might not be the best ways to engage with people who need help the most.
What childhood vaccine mandates tell us about their effectiveness at improving uptake.
Borders continue to be the setting of various migration management experiments at the expense of people’s rights.
Greece has outlawed its most problematic far-right party, but its sister organisation is thriving in Cyprus.
Why is socio-economic inequality so threatening to complex societies and how can archaeology inform public policies for mitigating it?
Google mobility data shows people staying home less and visiting shops more than they were last spring.
As governments use the pandemic as an excuse to double-down on border closures, refugees are losing vital protection
New research published in the journal Nature reveals that more than 1.2 million flow barriers exist on European rivers and that approximately 10% are obsolete.