Greek Justice Minister: ‘This period Offers Important Opportunity for Judicial System to Modernize’
In an interview with tovima.com, Justice Minister Giorgos Floridis talks about the issues that have plagued the the justice system for decades in Greece, touches on the proposed revisions to the penal code and expresses his optimism that long delays plaguing the country’s court system will soon be a thing of the past. What is the biggest […]
Soli Özel: Greek – Turkish Relations: There Is Reason to Be Optimistic
Soli Özel is a senior lecturer at Kadir Has University and Member of the European Council on Foreign Relations talks about EU’s ability to formulate a cohesive foreign policy, about Greek – Turkish relations and the mistakes of the past and explains why liberal democracy is in danger. Soli Özel will participate in the Delphi […]
Thomas Wieser: ‘Where The EU Acts as One We’ll be Able to be Stronger’
Thomas Wieser is a Board Member of the European Forum Alpbach and Non Resident Fellow in Bruegel. Thomas Wieser was President of the Euro Working Group and of the European Financial Committee of the European Union until February 2018 and has dealt numerous times with serious crises. He will participate in the Delphi Economic Forum […]
Peter Spiegel: The More People Get Closer to Trump, the More People Think “Okay, he’s crazy and I don’t want to be pulled into this psychodrama again”
The US elections will definitely be one of the key events of 2024. Will Trump be the next president of the USA? And what makes the citizens of a democratic country choose to vote for a populist leader who has already proven just how dangerous he is? We had a lengthy discussion about what it means to be a Democrat or a Republican in this day and age with the US managing editor of the Financial Times.