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Distressed and homeless in Athens, settled but compromised in Kassel: On documenta 14
Dan Jakubowski | Dan Jakubowski navigates institutional ethics and painfully human art
A culinary postcard: My big fat Greek vacation
Amany Ali Shawky | In Athens, we stayed in the downtown area close to Kotzia Square. It’s walking distance from the local
A Mediterranean encounter in the heart of Cairo
Marta Agosti | Throughout years of struggle for regime change and an overall change of political mindset in Egypt, the
Mobilizations around the sea
Jared Malsin | On a warm evening in June 2013, a Turkish activist named Bulent Muftuouglu was on his way to
Parastou Hassouri
Trapped on island ‘hotspots:’ Life for refugees in Greece after the EU-Turkey deal
As the possibilities of relocating slim further, remaining in Greece is hard to accept
Sharif S Elmusa
The West’s debt to Greece, and the rest
The political drama of Greece’s debt — which has only entered a new chapter with the latest deal
Leonidas Karakatsanis
SYRIZA and the Greek Left
“A historic moment!” These were the first words uttered by many at 7 pm on January 25, when the first
Sawiris in negotiations over Greek islands to host refugees
Egypt, Cyprus, Greece hold summit in Cairo