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Opinion

Trust me, you are Good Enough

By Stella Vasileiadou, Despite all the benefits we are enjoying from using social media, unfortunately they have been linked to higher levels of envy, loneliness,...

Sunderland – A town of ships and coal

By Maria Papagiannopoulou, Sunderland is an industrial city and port in Tyne and Wear on the north-eastern coast of England. The original 7th century CE...

Religions of the World

By Nickolas Dinos, Seeing the world as the creation of a divine being that can instantly -and willingly- create life through sheer nothing is a...

Five Netflix Series to Binge-Watch

By Marilena Kagkaraki, Netflix has really been a comfort to a lot of people lately and it is not without a reason. There are some...

The New Era of Shopping Habits

By Veronika Sinou, The rise of new markets evidently renewed the shopping habits for customers. The decision-making of purchasing a specific product has become a...

Womenomics: Women at the heart of economic growth

By Theofanis Fousekis,  Undoubtedly, the participation of women in the development of the economy of each country has been a crowning achievement of the feminist...

Globalization and Glocalization

By Eleni Papageorgiou, Globalization is a widely used term which refers to the process of free movement of people and goods across borders. It was...

Tips to maintain a healthy sleeping schedule during quarantine

By Nina Chatzistergiou, The COVID-19 pandemic and the series of quarantines accompanying it, have become cause for many of us to be constantly staying at...

My pen won’t break, but borders will: Letters to the world from Moria 

By Evi Tsakali, In this article, I am going to tell you a story, and remember, the greatest stories are the ones that happened for...

Education during a pandemic: Academic stress and online learning

By Maria Papagiannopoulou, The COVID-19 pandemic has caused some of the largest disruptions in education and especially on learners and teachers around the world from...

So, Can Productivity be Harmful?

By Panagiota Katsaveli, In our ever-changing society, standards and people’s behavior seem to follow established trends and to adapt to different circumstances. Attitudes that used...

On ending police brutality

By Vasiliki Theodosiou, During a typical afternoon in Greece, one of the most watched videos of the month shot and uploaded was showing a police...

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Global shortage of vaccines: Serbia to the rescue

By Nina Chatzistergiou, Serbia, a Balkan country of approximately 7 million people, appears to have been highly praised regarding its' vaccination drive, which ranks among...

Τον τουρισμό ποιος θα τον βοηθήσει;

Του Παναγιώτη Παναγιωτακόπουλου, Το τελευταίο διάστημα, όσο, φαινομενικά, πλησιάζουμε προς την χαλάρωση των μέτρων, δίνεται τεράστια έμφαση στον τουρισμό κατά τους θερινούς μήνες και το...

The crime of genocide and international law

By Evi Tsakali, The crime of genocide, or the "most hideous of crimes" -as characterized by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and the...

Οι Πρώτες Κυρίες των Η.Π.Α. που ξεχώρισαν

Της Χριστιάννας Δακτυλά, Όλοι μας γνωρίζουμε τους Αμερικανούς Προέδρους των Η.Π.Α., όμως δίπλα σε κάθε Πρόεδρο βρίσκεται και μια εμβληματική προσωπικότητα, που λάμπει στην σκιά...