In politics, whoever can better influence the international media to push forward their views has the upper hand, say political communications insiders. And this isn’t just the case during election campaigns: in the European Union, decision-making power depends not only on the size of a given player’s economy, but also on how it deals with international media.
Friday 17 April 2015
We buried one of our own today. Sotiris Svanas, editor-in chief of our Greek sister site, The Press Project, passed away yesterday. You might not recognise his name, but as a Press Project reader you would have read him every day.
Schaueble: Capital Controls are a Greek Responsibility
The German Minister of Finance, V. Schaueble believes that the imposition of capital controls in Greece is a possibility.
Live from Athens, covering in depth the euro-crisis from its epicenter!
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