“Happy is the Man Who Has Gained Knowledge through History.” Euripides coined that phrase over two millenia ago, yet it remains just as timely today […]
Pardon an old diplomat’s resort to the once de rigeur foreign language of his profession; only tour de force can properly describe Turkish President Erdogan’s […]
I have been writing negative things against Donald Trump for years now. It all started when he became a “birther” – perpetuating the absurd notion […]
Orange juice is far-and-away American’s favorite breakfast drink (Hillary Rodham Clinton) compared to apple juice (Donald Trump).
The Greek people, through their democratically-elected representatives, looked over the brink and decided to stay in the Eurozone, but at what cost?
Greek citizens must ask if the narrow confines of the utilitarian wasteland that is the Eurozone conform to their needs.
The EU looked down from the edge of the precipice and decided not to jump. Greece will remain in the Eurozone, barring a political meltdown.
The Greek drama has finally come to an end – or has it? – and soon enough the retrospective accounting of the situation is going to start.
Affiliation with organized religion as a whole is on the decline in the United States, and that inevitably, that affects Orthodoxy as well.
The Greek crisis will play out according to the playbook of politicians, not economists, that’s the way it is now.