• (Choosing to) live without money

    By on Feb. 15, 2012
    Interview to Belegrinou Sofia
  • Bend it like Turkey

    By on Feb. 10, 2011
    While the majority of Greek media still exhaustively examine the financial crisis and its side-political frictions, a country at the eastern side of the Mediterranean Sea claims a decisive role in the international political scene.
  • Iceland volcano: climate to survive natural, as well as man-made phenomena?

    By on April 19, 2010
    When Iceland's Eyjafjoell volcano erupted on 15 April, it halted flights in European airspace but also led to conspiracy theories about reducing CO2 emissions in the atmosphere and cooling off the planet. cafebabel.com Athens blog about the priorities
  • An erupted volcano on a clockwork earth

    By on April 18, 2010
    An Icelandic volcano erupts causing among all, conspiracy theories about reducing the CO2 emissions in the atmosphere and cooling off the planet. For those with short-term memory, let me remind you what happened some months ago. Perhaps there are other issues that we should eventually take more seriously, rather than unconfirmed stories on global warming slowing.
  • The Greek patient

    By on April 13, 2010
    Light and music, food and wine, ''"everything looks ideal under the Greek sun"'', a famous Greek anchorman recently said. Hocus-Pocus-Paparocus and here we go- crisis is almost at the door. __Why EU states should financially support Greece?__ The first reason might not be obvious but it is really important and described by the term "economic interdependence".