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Re-Writing Greece's Ancient Legends and Recent Headlines

This month we are organizing a major international conference at The Fletcher School, "Greece's Turn? Litmus Test for Europe." This conference is the 2016 edition of our "Turn?" series. In each edition, we pick a country or a region experiencing a period of profound transition and explore it in depth; we apply many lenses - socio-political, historical, business, economic and cultural - to explore the underlying issues and debate potential solutions and future directions.
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