Daily Archives: July 5, 2015

What the Greek Vote Means for Migrants and European Union Policy

Today, in celebration of democracy,  Greeks headed to the polls to decide the country’s fate through a critical and monumental referendum: to vote “Yes” and accept a bailout package from Greece’s creditors, or vote “No” and  face default, economic collapse … Continue reading

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The Migrant Circumstances in Greece’s Kos

“A Greek idyll where two dramas collide,” by Alex Barner for the Financial Times: They gathered against the crackle of a rare July storm. By torchlight the group pushed off into the inky swell of the Aegean towards the Greek … Continue reading

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