Opinion

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Greece Reaps the Fruits of Corruption

Corruption is at the centre of Greece’s economic woes

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Athens: industrial action and coffee

Guy Rundle spent last week in the midst of disgruntled Athenian unionists trying to understand what is happening in Greece.

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Are you born or do you become Greek?

Nicolas Mottas argues immigrants becoming Greek citizens poses no threat to Greek identity.

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Time has come to change our flag!

National flags need to unify all citizens, regardless of culture, language and political persuasion

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Abbott: an asset of liability?

Mr Abbott can be well pleased with his performance as Liberal leader thus far

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A homage to Melbourne’s North

Jeana Vithoulkas makes case for ‘living’ in Coburg and Preston.

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Flexibility yes, but not for flexibility’s sake

The first 100 days of the new PASOK administration have seen a great deal of activity, but also chaos.

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2010 – A big year for politics and elections

NKEE Politics expert Dr Nick Economou explains the 2010 state and federal election circus.

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Dancing and partying are not only for the young

We should be able to go out and dance regardless of age, just like our elders, argues Jeana Vilthoukas.

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Obama, the Rule of Law and the State Department

Gener Rossides outlines how the State Department’s positions on Turkey have worked to the disadvantage of Greece and Cyprus.