Tag Archives: Greece

H Έλενα Παναρίτη καλεσμένη στη Δημόσια Ραδιοφωνία “Η αρχή του τέλους για το Ευρώ”

5 Jun

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zE_dr6AZB_I&feature=youtu.be

Elena Panaritis : “Bruised and confused: why Greeks voted against the gods of Europe” (The Guardian)

2 Jun

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http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jun/01/greeks-electorate-voted-against-europe-eu-austerity Elena Panaritis Bruised and confused: why Greeks voted against the gods of Europe Ravaged by austerity measures and caricatured as lousy managers and born tax evaders, the Greek electorate went left and right in their efforts to say no to the EU In last month’s elections a majority of Greeks – now routinely depicted […]

CNBC: Elena Panaritis comments on EU elections results – Is greek coalition still strong?

26 May

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Elena Panaritis comments on EU elections results

Euro Crisis Leads to Scepticism About the Future of the European Union

20 May

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elena-panaritis/euro-crisis-leads-to-skep_b_5062259.html?1396271779   Elena Panaritis The Eurosceptics have moved from blogs, to op-eds, to political campaigns. A new wave of populist politicians who oppose greater European Union integration or question the raison d’étre of the EU are vying to make big wins in the upcoming European Parliament elections in May. The first signs come from French […]

Is There Growth or Is it Just Plain Wishful Thinking?

20 May

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elena-panaritis/is-there-growth-or-is-it-_b_4956096.html?1394717898 Elena Panaritis – Christopher Pissarides High-profile European officials are playing up the fact that Europe is expected to see positive growth in 2014. But what they don’t like to talk about is the fact that it will be miniscule compared to the United States and much of the rest of the world. They also […]

Elena Panaritis on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown ” 18/06/2012

18 Jun

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Elena Panaritis speaks about the greek elections