Tag: Greece

Aaron Labaree: Warehouse of Souls: Inside the last days of the Idomeni refugee camp

August 2016

For months, refugees caught in a "humanitarian logjam" near the Greek/Macedonian border lived in a makeshift tent city—until Greek officials cleared the area, replacing the fact of the camp with yet another layer of uncertainty.

Andrea Maurer: Dear Sun, Please Shine On Us

May 2016

Tracking the ongoing tragedies of Idomeni.

Be Like Water

December 2015

Boundaries of Nations: The Nonviolent State of Iraq and Syria. The Republic-in-Motion of Lovers Not Fighters. The Government-in-Exile of People Who Just Want to Go to School.

The Things They Carried

November 2015

They needed a way to keep the fire going until morning—that was another thing they had on their minds.

Let Me Explain You

July 2015

Stavros Stavros was fat and full at the end of the night. All he needed now was to deflower a virgin.

Amalia Melis: Waiting for Greece

July 2015

Can the past save the future?

Everything Just Disappeared

February 2015

In Gavdos there is a sort of collective protest against the past. Not against history and the stubborn patterns we mistake for certainty, but against all evidence of time beyond the beach.

Amanda Michalopoulou: Deer in the Woods

November 2014

Flash Fiction: What, for you, is the clearest image of happiness?


November 2013

I could understand how difficult it must’ve been for two beautiful boys to resist one another, you, and my friend. But what happened next was what I had a hard time wrapping my head around.

Daniel Moss: Greeks Stand Up to Protect Their Water From Privatization

January 2013

As foreign investors eye their public utilities, water workers scramble to create cooperatives.

TaxCast: Greece’s Missing Billions, Trade Mispricing, and the G20 Agenda

June 2012

If Greece could find and tax the billions that wealthy Greeks have hidden in Swiss banks, it could go a long way towards balancing the budget. That and more in June's TaxCast.