With the election of Kostas Simitis as prime minister, a new style is coming to Greek politics. The country has a chance to escape from the old paternalistic structures and develop a more modern political culture by STEFAN KRAUSE THE NOT ENTIRELY VOLuntary retirement on 15 January of longtime Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou signals the […]

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