EU action against  rare diseases
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Though individual rare diseases (RDs) affect less than five in every 10,000 people, the aggregate number of individuals suffering from a rare disease is estimated to be nearly 400 million worldwide. The lack of efficient …

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‘We will say that Heroes Fight like the Greeks’
19 Mar 2015 – 12:48
‘We will say that Heroes Fight like the Greeks’

Syriza’s victory returns sovereignty to the Greek people and represents an opportunity to realise democratic change across Europe writes Manolis Glezos, Syriza MEP and WWII anti-Nazi hero.

Manolis Glezos MEP
(Photograph: Eurokinissi)

 The Greek election result signals the beginning of a …

Another Europe is possible: Syriza and the politics of hope
12 Mar 2015 – 15:36
Another Europe is possible: Syriza and the politics of hope

The March issue of the Government Gazette offers an extended focus on the implications of the 2015 Greek elections and the eurozone debt crisis. Here, Vice President of the European Parliament, Dimitrios Papadimoulis MEP outlines Syriza’s vision of ending …

Europe needs a lasting solution for the Greek problem
20 Feb 2015 – 10:57
Europe needs a lasting solution for the Greek problem

The February-March issue of the Government Gazette offers an extended focus on the implications of the 2015 Greek elections and the eurozone debt crisis. Here, Zsolt Darvas from Bruegel assesses  the debt negotiation impasse and argues that …

Greek elections: Syriza and the populist blame game
17 Feb 2015 – 16:19
Greek elections: Syriza and the populist blame game

The February-March issue of the Government Gazette offers an extended focus on the implications of the 2015 Greek elections and the eurozone debt crisis. Here, Takis S. Pappas assesses Syriza’s populist rhetoric and analyses the possible political …