A Prime Minister, A Scandal, and the Assassination of a Country’s Reputation, Part 2

By Neofytos Aspriadis In my previous post, I described how character attacks have been utilized in Greek politics during the COVID-19 pandemic, which reached a peak during the EYP wiretapping scandal. Until now, country reputation assassination was viewed as a tool that political leaders use in the international arena to support their national interests and …

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