The Streets of Athens

By Antonis H. Diamataris - May 24, 2019

At about 10pm on Monday evening, I was walking along Panepistimiou Boulevard, about three blocks from Syntagma Square. It was a lovely Athenian night, and […]

The Three Worst Problems of Greece

By Antonis H. Diamataris - May 23, 2019

As I was running yesterday to make an appointment in Athens, I came upon a retired friend of mine. What could I do – I […]

The English Always Were Sneaky

By Antonis H. Diamataris - May 18, 2019

Not many hours had passed after I published my commentary “Elections and Turkish Faits Accomplis” – in which I noted that “this column and this […]

The Two Faces of Greece

By Antonis H. Diamataris - May 15, 2019

As our homeland approaches the European elections on May 26, the atmosphere is becoming more and more suffocating. The propaganda of Mr. Tsipras’ team so […]

Our New Archbishop Brings Us Hope

By Antonis H. Diamataris - May 14, 2019

Our Church has a new Archbishop! These words carry historical weight. First, because they herald – usually – tenures of considerable length. For example, Iakovos […]

They Ruined a Golden Opportunity

By Antonis H. Diamataris - May 13, 2019

On March 28, 2019 when the Archimandrite Father Nektarios Papazifiropoulos, the Dean of the Cathedral of St. Demetrios in Astoria, Queens, Emanuel Dritsas, President of […]