Matina is a journalist with Dow Jones Newswires and the Wall Street Journal in Brussels, where she covers economics and especially the euro-zone crisis. She has written for the Economist, where she won the 2010 Marjorie Deane financial journalism award, and the Guardian. She is a regular European economy and crisis commentator on BBC outlets, AlJazeera English, Sky News, CNN International and RTE (Ireland). Before working with international media, she was editor in chief of Greek newspapers City Press and Free Sunday, and subsequently London correspondent for Eleftherotypia.
Matina read Modern History and Politics at the Queen’s College, Oxford and has an MPA in Public Policy and Management from the London School of Economics. She was born and raised in Athens, Greece.
What is evil? The politics of morality
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Richard Swinburne, emeritus professor, philosophy of religion, University of Oxford; author, 'The Existence of God and The Evolution of the Soul'