2010 Videos

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  • Remarks of George Papandreou, Prime Minister of Greece and President of Socialist International, at the Closing Ceremony of the Symposium.
  • Panel discussion on Greece - M. Glenny presents the panellists and J. Stiglitz gives his view on how Greece is coping with the crisis (Part 1 /4)
  • Panel discussion on Greece – C. Ozdemir on German-Greek relations and J. Stiglitz & M. Kaldor on how Europe is coping with the crisis (Part 3 /4)
  • Anthony Barnett, Founder of openDemocracy.net, describes what makes the Symi Symposium discussions special.
  • Kemal Dervis, Vice President of Brookings Institution, explains how lessons learned from Turkey's financial crisis in 2001 can be applied to Greece.
  • James Galbraith, from the LBJ School of Public Policy of the University of Texas, speaks about the Symi Symposium experience.
  • Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia, describes how the Symi Symposium inspired him to write about the enlargement of Europe.
  • Mary Kaldor, Director of the LSE Centre for the Study of Global Governance, explains why the Symi Symposium has been a ‘voyage of discovery’.
  • Mats Karlsson, from the World Bank, talks about what makes the Symposium ‘inspiring’ and what can ‘open up the dynamics of the Greek economy’.
  • Adrian Severin, Member of the EU Parliament, talks about the 'mutually beneficial' exchange of views at the Symi Symposium.
  • Jutta Urpilainen, Leader of the Social Democratic Party of Finland, explains why the Symi Symposium is a great concept.
  • Ivan Vejvoda, Executive Director of the Balkan Trust for Democracy, explains how other Balkan counties can learn from Greece’s experience.