The Chimes of Freedom Flashing

Eoghan Scott reflects upon his time spent volunteering in the Greek refugee camp ‘Moria.’ As I sit here writing this, I find that it becomes difficult to condense such an experience into words. Since returning from Greece, this is actually the most that I’ve thought about it. It’s taking me back right now, a bit more than I would like, to be honest. Volunteering in … Continue reading The Chimes of Freedom Flashing

Europe’s Problem Child

Motley’s Peter O’Brien discusses the wider implications of Greece’s most recent general elections. The recent general election win of Greece’s “Coalition of the Radical Left” party, otherwise known by its acronym, Syriza, has instilled a profound fear in all centre-right governments across Europe. The party rode into power under the leadership of the fresh faced Alex Tsipras, on a wave of public support for their … Continue reading Europe’s Problem Child