How Strict is “Strict Conditionality”? The New Eurozone Agreement on Greece
Michael Ioannidis, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg Few elections have as their core issue an international arrangement. The Greek election of 25 January 2015 was one of these exceptions. In 2010 and 2012, Greece agreed with its Eurozone partners and the IMF to accept
Same-sex civil unions underway in Greece. Mirabile dictu!
On 7 November 2013, the European Court of Human Rights (Court hereinafter) handed down its much-awaited decision in Vallianatos and Others v Greece (applications nos. 29381/09 and 32684/09), and delivered the first major win for gay rights in Greece. In an exemplary ruling, the Court held Greece to be in violation of
The Cypriot Crisis: the last act of the “Greek Tragedy”?
Increasing attention is being drawn on the ‘Cypriot case’, which has been causing considerable turbulence on the financial markets and raising remarkable political and legal concerns. The attitude taken by the European and international Institutions while dealing with the Cypriot crisis might seem somewhat fuzzy and confused if compared with