Killing Greeks with Fires and Floods

By TNH Staff - November 22, 2017

Twenty people, including a 101-year-old woman drowned in her bed, wouldn’t have died in the floods that sank towns west of Athens if successive governments […]

Voutsis’ Son and Koufoudinas

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 16, 2017

As parents, we find the news quite disturbing that the son of the president of the Vouli – the Greek Parliament – was one of […]

Our Teachers, Then and Now

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 12, 2017

Each time a model teacher passes away, as Constantine Parthenis recently did, beyond the sorrow for the loss and the gratitude we feel for their […]

Both with Trump and Koufodinas?

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 10, 2017

The 48-hour furlough of Dimitris Koufodinas from prison exceeds to such an extent the limits of logic that it can be considered as an act […]

The Immigrant’s Struggle and Vindication

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 9, 2017

A photograph taken by our own Costas Bej, in which Nicole Malliotakis, candidate for Mayor of New York, hugs her father while her mother stands […]

Malliotakis for Mayor

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 3, 2017

A strong command of the issues, detailed solutions rather than excuses, compassion for the voiceless and a passion for helping them, a proven track record […]

JFK Assassination’s Greek Connection

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 2, 2017

Politico recently reported that some of the official documents pertaining to the assassination of president Kennedy were missing, and in doing so mentioned the name […]

Malliotakis for Mayor

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 2, 2017

A strong command of the issues, detailed solutions rather than excuses, compassion for the voiceless and a passion for helping them, a proven track record […]

Pervasive Papadopoulos

By Antonis H. Diamataris - November 1, 2017

The mainstream American media insofar as its reporting about Greece typically focused on the Grexit – until George Papadopoulos swept in like a hurricane and […]

Moscow on the Mediterranean

By Antonis H. Diamataris - October 30, 2017

Proof that the election campaign has already started in Cyprus is the recent visit of Nicos Anastasiades to Moscow. Of course, one will never admit […]