End the Love Affair with Turkey

By Amb. Patrick Theros - June 9, 2018

The United States has had a strategic love affair with Turkey since the Korean War that led both sides to bad conclusions and unreasonable expectations.Even […]

Analysis: No Surprise at All

By Theodore Kalmoukos - June 4, 2018

The unprejudiced defiance and disobedience of Archbishop Demetrios of America to his Ecclesiastical Authority the Ecumenical Patriarchate to submit his resignation, as The National Herald […]

Greek-American Stories: Nailing Yiannis

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - June 3, 2018

George told the guys around the table in Dixon’s that Areti called his wife, complaining about Yiannis. “What’s up with him now?” asked John. “She […]

An Ominous Caconymous Concoction

By Christopher Tripoulas - May 29, 2018

The latest developments in the ongoing name row between Greece and its onomastically challenged northern neighbor reaffirm the words of Nobel laureate George Seferis that […]

This Week in Greek History

By Eraklis Diamataris - May 27, 2018

May 28: On this day in 1979, Prime Minister Constantine Karamanlis signed the agreement of Greece’s full accession to the European Economic Community (ECC). The […]

Turkey, Macedonia, and the 2018 Elections

By Dan Georgakas - May 26, 2018

Greek-Americans frequently have rendered valuable assistance to Greece and Cyprus.Given the current tensions with Turkey and FYROM (Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia), the time for […]

Greek-American Stories: The Facts of Life

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - May 26, 2018

Often someone appears on TV or mentions in a magazine or on the radio a fact that is designed to surprise you.  For instance, I’d […]