A four part documentary series by Paul Mason and Theopi Skarlatos about what happened when “Greece clashed with the international financial system and lost”:
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Absolutely fascinating comments offered by Varoufakis in response to unfolding events in Greece: In the wake of Tsipras’s unexpected move on Thursday to call early elections, Varoufakis said: “Tsipras made a decision on that night of the referendum not only to surrender… Read More ›
AND DREAMS SHALL TAKE REVENGE – TRAILER from Theopi Skarlatos on Vimeo.
What happened? While preparing the fourth instalment of the Sociologists of Crisis on the issue of suicide, life via death took over and in the face of a tragic event, I had to get my editorial, moral, political and sociological… Read More ›
The LSE EUROPP blog has a great interview with the political theorist Chantal Mouffe in which she discusses her understanding of European politics as being in a post-political situation. Her understanding of ‘post-political’ is similar to what the political sociologist Colin Crouch… Read More ›
Ever wondered how much money Greece owes, and who lent the money? Here is a helpful visualisation.
“SI weekend reading: Golden Dawn” on Bundlr
The Greek MYPLACE team at Panteion University of Social And Political Sciences present their latest blog on the political background to Greece’s Euro 2012 football quarter final against Germany. For more information on the MYPLACE project, visit the project’s website HERE or the project’s blog HERE. You… Read More ›