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Τα διαχρονικά εθνικά μας λάθη

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Δώδεκα μίλια εδώ και τώρα: Επόμενες κινήσεις

Διαβάστε το νέο άρθρο μου για “Δώδεκα μίλια εδώ και τώρα: Επόμενες κινήσεις” που δημοσιεύτηκε στο HuffPost Greece στις 10 Αυγούστου.

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Territorial Waters vs Continental Shelf vs Exclusive Economic Zone

MaritimeZoneSchematic-1Useful primer on the Law of the Sea provided by Tufts University, if you are interested in learning about territorial waters, continental shelves and exclusive economic zones:

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Vote YES

11027455_10153462611492360_7034287758607703270_nUnfortunately all my predictions about the referendum, the impossibility of a political solution and the Grexit came true. I hope the Greek people vote with a resounding YES! This is really the last chance…

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Reality Check (2)

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Reality Check

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Ladolea: Ελαιόλαδο υψηλής ποιότητας

December 3, 2014 1 comment

Evge, etsi prepei!

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Τα «στέκια» των startups

November 22, 2014 Leave a comment

Check story.

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A few thoughts on the results of the Greek elections:

(i) I assume Mr. Samaras has realized by now that his support of elections was ill-advised. Papademos’ government should have stayed in power until Greece went back on track.

(ii) Mr. Tsipras essentially makes the same arguments that Mr. Samaras used to make. He pretends to not realize that there is no free lunch. Some Greeks will vote for whoever promises no pain, be the far left or the far right, but there is no gain without pain in this case.

(iii) Any solution should come from within the European community with the endorsement and support of the IMF. Greece should not take any unilateral steps. This is a European problem that will take the whole Europe down unless drastic steps are taken.

(iv) A return to the drachma would bring Greece decades back, but of course we are choosing between Scylla and Charybdis here.

(v) Once more, the Euro needs to be devalued to stimulate European exports.

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