The glory of Greek philosophy and poetry is as distant a dream as Homer’s Odyssey and Iliad, but the elections in Greece prove that popular representation may still be able to counter unprecedented austerity measures and help avoid a failed state within Europe, if it’s not too late, writes Boštjan Videmšek from Athens. Wednesday, April [...]
The story of an Eritrean man epitomizes the sub-Saharan struggle to cross the desert, to survive slavery in Libya, and to breach the walls of Europe.
Writer: Bostjan Videmsek | Photographer: Jure Erzen
Beyond the economic difficulties of Greece, illegal immigration via the Peloponnesian Peninsula represents another massive challenge to European integration. Here’s what’s happening in Athens and the Greek islands on the fringe of Europe.
Writer: Boštjan Videmšek | Photographer: Uroš Hočevar