In NH Debate, Trump Towers

- February 6, 2016

The  eighth Republican presidential debate took place in Manchester, NH on February 6, the 105th birthday of person whose name is invoked more so by […]

Greek America: Fragmented or United?

- February 3, 2016

By Alexander Kitroeff Diversity is strength. China’s leader Mao Zedong once famously said “let a hundred flowers bloom and let a hundred schools of thought […]

The wisdom of Democracy

- February 3, 2016

From ancient Greece to contemporary America people sometimes become frustrated with the democratic political system. Until we experience cases, like the recent Iowa caucuses, which […]

Lessons of the Trump Phenomenon

- January 31, 2016

Mea culpa. I should be included among the many who underestimated the candidacy of Donald Trump. I harbored the hope that it would not withstand […]

The Iranian Conundrum

- January 26, 2016

Now that Iran has met its obligations under the nuclear deal concluded with the United States and the international community, the next step for the […]

Doomed to Repeat the Past

- January 26, 2016

Will Greek politics continue to repeat themselves? The history of Greece, since the establishment of its first constitution in 1848, resembles nothing more than an […]