Category Archives: translation

There is no Greek “People”; There are Greek Voters. By George Tsebelis

The original article by George Tsebelis in Greek, was published on May 28, 2012 at protagon.gr The article argues that analyses according to which the “Greek people” decided, one thing or the other in the last election are misfounded because Arrow’s Theorem and … Continue reading

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“I could never be the poet of one country”

These are the words of Mehmet Yashin, a writer from Cyprus who is going to give a talk at the U of Michigan with the title: “Writing in a Mediterranean Island. In-Between Languages and Literary Spaces.”  The talk is taking … Continue reading

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Hello CES Community!

Welcome to Eyes on Europe – where members of the CES community blog responses to current events, write about their research and interact with others. Please join us for the CES End of Semester Luncheon on Monday, December 5th at 12 noon, … Continue reading

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