Published in: oDRMoscow, Kyiv, Constantinople: what happens after the Ukrainian Church crisis?
As the dust begins to settle in the Orthodox Church split between Russia and Ukraine, it is Constantinople that faces the biggest challenge.
The Collectivist, debt colonialism and the real Alexis Tsipras
As the new government’s statement on Mariupol reveals, Greece will leverage its position along a geopolitical fault-line to maximise its bargaining power.
Published in: oDRCan Ukraine’s divided church help heal the divided country
In hardship, people turn to religion for help. Ukraine today is no exception. But is it the answer to the country’s problems?
Look back in prudence! Civil War legacies and crisis in Greece today
The Greek Civil War does not constitute a sufficient explanatory framework for the current crisis, but it serves as a reminder both of the fragile nature of Greek society and the context of the country's continued resistance against the troika.
From the Baltic to the Black Sea: things get out of control
Watching the exit polls on the Crimea referendum in Moscow, Iannis Carras contemplates the implications for a Europe that has shown little morality or competence in this affair, of a Russian nationalism turned irredentist.
Published in: HomeIs Greece a racist state?
Mainstream politicians have been playing a dangerous game. It remains unclear to what extent these tactics represent a conscious attempt to distract those suffering most as a result of the longterm maladministration of the country. But this constitutes only a small part of the scenario we are investigating here.