If all goes according to plan, Putin, this Friday, will announce the annexation of the parts of Ukraine he holds under the pretext that this is the wish of the people of Ukraine as it was expressed in a so called a free, democratic referendum.
In a world covered by increasingly threatening clouds, the result of yesterday's election in Italy weighs even more heavily, possibly dramatically, on things.
Contrary to popular belief, when I was a kid, dinosaurs did not roam the earth, we had indoor plumbing and electricity, and I even had a TV set.
This past September marked the centennial anniversary of the tragic Asia Minor Catastrophe, which capped off the Greek Genocide perpetrated by Turkey in Eastern Thrace, Pontus, and Anatolia.
Twenty-five years have passed from September 5, 1997, when Juan Samaranch, the Catalan head of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), announced which city had been awarded the 2004 Olympic Games.
As if the pandemic, the unyielding natural disasters, and political chaos weren’t enough, we are also being tasked with a massive evolution of consciousness.
Note: Ismini Lamb and Christopher Lamb, co-authors of The Gentle American: George Horton’s Odyssey and His True Account of the Smyrna Catastrophe shared the following list with The National Herald in time for this year’s centennial of the Smyrna Catastrophe.
The UN Secretary General has warned the members of the international organization that the world is facing chaos and an unprecedented crisis.
Not having any royalty, apart from the deposed King Psycho, most Americans could only watch with befuddlement at the sight of the Mute North Koreans scene in the United Kingdom where most of the country stood silent and waited in line up to a day to view the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II.
Dear Stavroula, I have been married for a year and we just had our baby.