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God’s Existence Through Parrot’s Mouth

“Hi Bobby!” That is what my mother’s nearly-10 year-old Cockatiel Parrot – who, as you might have guessed, is named Bobby – mostly says, along with a few other words. When my wife, daughter,...
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Clerides’ Posthumous Vindication

As the curtain closed on his illustrious life, former Cypriot President Glafcos Clerides received the accolades he long deserved for serving so well the country he loved so dearly. We envision Clerides, who received a...
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Overcoming Provincialism in Ethnic Vitality Struggle

In a recent column published in the newspaper Dimokratia, Savas Kalenderides touched on the huge responsibility that Hellenes have to preserve their cultural and ethnic vitality, as well as their territorial integrity, by remembering...
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Fanaticism a Threat to Mideast Orthodoxy

The Greek Orthodox populations of the Middle East have survived where others have virtually disappeared. Leading up to the Islamic conquest in the 7th century, the Orthodox represented perhaps ten percent of the total...
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A Rare but Real Tragedy: My President Has Actually Lied to Me

 As a general rule, presidents of the United States do not tell outright lies to the American people – no matter what their opponents on the other side of the aisle might tell you....
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Is Greece on Edge?

The killing of two Golden Dawn members on November 1 is a terrible symptom of the civil disorder that is besetting Greek society. Some pundits are pointing out the similarities between Greece today and...
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Letter From Athens: School’s Out – With Pay

In the United States, college football is deep into its season, with the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays fast approaching. Students are busy studying, preparing for their lives and careers. Professors are preparing classes, giving...