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Koukouloforoi, bombs and coffee

If Athens were a mysterious brown paper package, it would tick. Guy Rundle continues his exploration of Greece’s seemingly cyclical political upheaval.

Ancient Greece: Sex, to partake or not to partake?

Cambridge Fellow, Micheal C. Scott, examines the unique sexual mores of Ancient Greece in this week’s column.

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Right Room, Wrong Elephant

The real ‘elephant in the room’ is not population growth.

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Ancient Greece: Democracy Greece’s greatest export

Cambridge Fellow Michael C Scott writes exclusively for Neos Kosmos on the reality of everyday Ancient Greek life, this week he looks at the reality of ancient democracy.

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On the Spit

On the Spit gives its own view of the Greek economy

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Stability plan has been approved

John Psaropoulos reflects on the implications and consequences of the EU approval of the Growth and Stability Plan for Greece.

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On The Spit

On The Spit turns a cynical eye to Simon Overland, John Brumby and to the Antipodes Festival and lets rip.

Look at the dead!

Cambridge Fellow, Michael C Scott on Ancient Greek reverence of the dead

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Altona message is clear: Brumby Government is on the slide

Altona revealed a government on the slide

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Greece Reaps the Fruits of Corruption

Corruption is at the centre of Greece’s economic woes

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