Why the Parade Must Succeed

By Antonis H. Diamataris - April 15, 2018

In my years as a student, the Greek Independence Parade in New York City took place in May. I remember how the warm weather helped […]

Erdogan: Crazy Like a Fox

By Amb. Patrick Theros - April 15, 2018

Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan hasdeclared the Treaty of Lausanne, which ended World War I and defined Turkey’s borders with Bulgaria, Greece, Syria, and Iraq, null […]

Greek-American Stories: Itching

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - April 14, 2018

My appointment to the dermatologist’s office was at nine o’ clock. I went fifteen minutes early because I wasn’t to have breakfast. So, I figured […]

Archdiocese on Post’s Front Page

By Antonis H. Diamataris - April 13, 2018

On April 7,  Holy Saturday afternoon, as Greeks prepared to celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord, the New York Post posted on its website an […]

Accusing Greece of Genocide

By Stavros T. Stavridis - April 13, 2018

On March 7, the Anadolu Agency, the Turkish government’s official news agency, published an online article titled “Greece Accused of Genocide of Macedonian People,” while […]

Speaker Ryan’s Exit

By Antonis H. Diamataris - April 12, 2018

House Speaker Paul Ryan suddenly announced on April 11 that he would not seek reelection this November and will retire from Congress when his term […]

Christians and Muslims on Capsizing Boats

By Dimitra Pontoporou - April 12, 2018

The painting “After the Destruction of Psara” by Nikolaos Gyzis may cause some to think it is of refugees attempting a sea crossing to Europe, […]

Assad’s Paradigmatic Punishment

By Antonis H. Diamataris - April 11, 2018

It was a surreal scene, rare in American political history. President Trump convened his Cabinet on April 9 to decide on the manner and magnitude […]