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The ‘Greek Problem’

As Athens pushes for economic and budgetary change, skeptics should suspend their disbelief. Image @ mnec.gr By GEORGE PAPACONSTANTINOU There has been no shortage of metaphors these past few weeks to describe Greece’s fiscal and economic problems—commentators have invoked everything from the Labors of Hercules to the Myth of Sisyphus and have even described Greece as Iceland on the Aegean. […]

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Account on Macedonia from a journal kept in Turkey and Greece between 1857-1858

Account on Macedonia from a journal kept in Turkey and Greece between 1857-1858

Nassau William Senior in his “Journal Kept in Turkey and Greece in the Autumn of 1857, and the Beginning of 1858“ (page 32), includes a conversation between himself and a Frenchman who lived in Turkey. When the author asked the opinion of the Frenchman regarding the future of most regions under Ottoman rule he got the following reply: Quote: Macedonia and Thessaly must OF […]

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George h. Blakeslee ‘The Journal of International Relations’

Quote: and Uskub, the great majority of the population is Slavic, … the middle ages until 1913 called themselves and were called by their neighbors Bulgarians The Journal of International Relations By george h. blakeslee

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