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The Ghosts of Christmas Past: EU Continues to Turn a Blind Eye to Greece’s Asylum System

  On 21 December 2011, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) delivered a landmark ruling that seemed to force Member States to cooperate on asylum claims. But Europe is still lacking a coherent strategy to deal with…

Glorious Summer…

…and all the clouds that lour’d upon our house in the deep boosom of the ocean buried. Or something like that. To begin with this is not actually our first post. Some of you know…

“Greek mythology gave us beautiful Europa, we need to perfect it.” – Revenidou Athina

In Greek mythology, Europa, was the daughter of Agenor, the Phoenician King of Tyre. She was a very beautiful woman. That is why she was abducted by Zeus, the father of all gods. As Greek,…