In a recent article with title  Migrants and Political Life in Greece: Between Political Patronage and the Search for Inclusion published in South European Society and Politics, Ruby Gropas and Anna Triandafyllidou find that co ethnic immigrants in Greece have been integrated in the clientelistic structures of the Greek political system, while «other» immigrants (of non Greek descent) have been kept at the fringes of Greek political life. This article reviews the discourses and measures adopted by different Greek political parties during the last decade in an effort to manage the challenge of immigration and incorporate or indeed marginalise a significant number of immigrants who live permanently in Greece. For more information click here