What exactly was Angela Merkel thinking in her agreement with Erdogan? This was a replay of the August 2015 dramatic confrontation with Tsipras, but […]
The great victories of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton this week have clarified the situation: barring surprises, they will be the Presidential nominees for 2016.
The recent decision to shut down yet another Greek day school in New York City has sharpened the decline of the slippery […]
In the Western world there are clear references to the Hippocratic medicine, and particularly to its morality. Nevertheless, the specific practices applied at […]
The victories of two far-right parties in German elections has made the clouds overhanging Europe even darker and overcasts Greece too.
Except for Greece and Germany, other countries have indulged in lecturing and in building walls and shut the door on refugees and migrants.
Few things are more pathetic on the campaign trail than politicians who try to reinvent themselves at the eleventh hour. It is one thing to […]
The European dream was predicated on three fundamental principles: free trade, a uniform legal code, and open borders. Later, a common currency became a […]
Whoever the Democrat and Republican nominees for thePpresidency of the United States will be, one thing’s for sure: every vote will count.
Has the European Union hit the tipping point (which Merriam-Webster dictionary defines as “the critical point in a situation, process, or system beyond […]