Andrea Tsamados writes: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is slowly moving past the public bewilderment phase that is common to most revolutionary technologies. In the past decade, AI has often been portrayed as either a sentient technology with an apocalyptic destiny, or as a silver bullet for most if not all conceivable problems ranging from the climate […]
Marika Karagianni writes: Security of critical economic and energy infrastructure has become a key element in the agenda of both the EU and NATO. The global balance between energy producers and energy importers needs also to be respected in order to secure the smooth operation of global economy and trade. Global energy organizations like OPEC […]
Dimitris Katsikas, Apostolos Fasianos The period preceding the Covid-19 pandemic was marked by a strengthening of the labour market dynamics. In Greece, following a deep ten-year crisis, employment started to increase and the unemployment rate declined. Other European countries also showed a slight improvement.
Michael Tanchum Greece stands at the threshold of a strategic shift that could see the Hellenic Republic become Europe’s geopolitical gatekeeper of the emerging East Africa-to-Europe and Middle East-to-Europe commercial corridors.
Dimitris Katsikas, Apostolos Fasianos The Covid-19 crisis has left the European Union facing the deepest recession in its history.