Dialogue

Dialogue

Double dissolution not without its dangers

Dr Nick Economou assesses the level of risk the Rudd Government faces if it calls a double dissolution election.

Dialogue

A new ‘Helsinki Process’ is required

Nicolas Mottas argues that Greece needs to shape a new strategy in its relations with neighbouring Turkey.

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Why can’t they flirt?

Jeana Vithoulkas muses on the Anglo-Celtic propensity to get plastered and act like an idiot.

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We should accept gay marriage

Theo Giantsos makes the case in support of gay marriages.

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Customs do excellent job

Customs respond to the criticism in a recent opinion piece.

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Cyprus: Of guilt and responsibility

Dina Gerolymou makes the case that acknowledging responsibility and learning about the past are important principles which need to be followed if the Cypriot community is to come t

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Kororoit the cause, not the court case

Dr Nick Economou argues that the Kororoit pre-selection was the major factor in the decline in the political standing of Theo Theophanous

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Cyprus is relevant to youth regardless of the article publiched in NKEE

President of NEPOMAK is concerned with the approach taken in the article ‘Cyprus issue: not relevant to youth’

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MasterChefs… where are you?

Fotis Kapetopoulos bemoans the emptiness in his life since the first season of Masterchef finished.

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The progressive route to compromise

The name ‘Republic of Northern Macedonia’ can be an acceptable designation, according to NICOLAS MOTTA, but only when specific preconditions have been met.