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Greece: A journey through the depths of Greek Civilization and Culture

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General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad, Ministry of Foreign Affairs takes the initiative to offer the auspices and the organizational support to historical and cultural events, under the general coordination of the Deputy General Mr. Dimitris  Plevrakis.  During the events, planned to take place under the superb light of July and August full moon, Archaeological Sites will welcome Greeks of Diaspora, local residents and visitors, for a wonderful journey through the depths of Greek Civilization and Culture, based on Greek Mythology and Philosophy.

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After Greece, everyone will want a Plan B to leave the euro

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By Matthew Lynn, MarketWatch

It sounds like a Jason Bourne movie. The Varoufakis Legacy, however, named after the recently departed Greek finance minister, might well be slightly more exciting that the fourth installment in the Bourne series was.

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Greece is miles away from a bailout

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By Holly Ellyatt, CNBC

Talks between Greece and its lenders over a third 86 billion euro ($95.1 billion) bailout are supposed to get underway on Wednesday, but there are already doubts over whether a deal can be signed, sealed and delivered before the next billion euro debt to lenders is due.

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The Lethal Deferral of Greek Debt Restructuring

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By Yanis Varoufakis, Project Syndicate

The point of restructuring debt is to reduce the volume of new loans needed to salvage an insolvent entity. Creditors offer debt relief to get more value back and to extend as little new finance to the insolvent entity as possible.

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Fixing Greece's Economy Might Prove To Be A Herculean Task

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KAREEM CHEHAYEB, Entrepreneur Middle East

Syriza’s election victory in late January looked like a new turning point for Greece. The left-wing political party won support from many of the country’s citizens by focusing their campaign on austerity relief, which has been a source of concern for many Greeks worried about their nation’s handling of its debt crises.

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