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WSJ article points to looming return of ‘establishment’ at Athens’ helm, loss for populists
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WSJ article points to looming return of ‘establishment’ at Athens’ helm, loss for populists

Panos - Jun 28, 2019

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on Thursday posted an article on Greece's upcoming general election headlined "Greece's voters turn to establishment amid Europe's populist wave", with the…

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WSJ: US-Greek relations would suffer if convicted terrorist Savvas Xiros is released from prison

Panos - Nov 08, 2018

A Wall Street Journal article points out the prospect of the US-Greek relations being jeopardised with the possible release of terrorist Savvas Xiros, a hit man of…

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WSJ: “NATO should give Turkey the boot”

makis - Aug 16, 2018

U.S.-Turkish relations are mired in the worst crisis of their history. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is demanding that President Trump turn over Mr. Erdogan’s sworn enemy,…

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German FinMin Schauble repeats no debt relief for Greece

chris1 - Apr 17, 2016

German Minister Wolfgang Schauble remained resolute in his position that there will be no restructuring for the Greek debt. The German Minister added that he wants a…