Is Erdogan Unpredictable?

By Dimitra Pontoporou - March 21, 2018

“What can we do?”, said Yiannis at the end of our conversation on the uncertain situation with Turkey and the risk of a military conflict. […]

This Week in Greek American History

By Eraklis Diamataris - March 17, 2018

March 18: On this day in 1913, King George I of Greece was assassinated in the newly liberated city of Thessaloniki. The king was 12 […]

Saber-Rattling in the Aegean

By Dr. Andre Gerolymatos - March 15, 2018

Are Turkey’s recent aggressive moves in the Aegeanthe usual saber-rattling of the past or something more sinister? Certainly, Mr. Erdogan, Turkey’s prickly president, enjoys being […]

Trump’s Foreign Affairs, Korea and Turkey

By Amb. Patrick Theros - March 14, 2018

No, we are not writing this week about the sensational kind of foreign affairs that involve girls like the one named Stormy nor the perhaps […]

Trump Courts Democratic Voters

By Dan Georgakas - March 13, 2018

President Trump has demonstrated considerable electioneering shrewdness. His pattern is to loudly announce controversial programs that disappear or become highly modified after achieving the desired […]