Pulitzer and Fake News

Antonis Diamataris - April 15, 2017

By Antonis H. Diamataris Nicholas Nehamas, a 28-year-old Greek-American investigative reporter at the Miami Herald, has won – along with his colleagues – the 2017 […]

The Perfect Storm

Antonis Diamataris - April 9, 2017

By Antonis H. Diamataris In 2009, when then-new Greek Ambassador to the United States Vassilis Kaskarelis visited our offices to make our acquaintance, he made […]

The People’s Photos

Antonis Diamataris - April 8, 2017

By Antonis H. Diamataris Archbishop Demetrios inherited a personal photographer, whom he takes everywhere, or almost everywhere. Now, why an archbishop, whoever he may be, […]

Why the SNFCC will Survive

Antonis Diamataris - March 2, 2017

(By Publisher-Editor Antonis H. Diamataris, on his recent trip to Greece) Rarely, no more than once or twice in a century, an unusually creative international […]

Utmost Demagoguery

Antonis Diamataris - February 21, 2017

Recently on Euronews, one of the top three stories was that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accused German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble of “playing with […]

He’s Out Like Flynn

Antonis Diamataris - February 19, 2017

By Antonis Diamataris Fortunately for Donald Trump and the country, National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn managed to maintain his position for a mere 24 days […]

The Carrier Mirage

Dan Georgakas - December 18, 2016

This past November, President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that he had convinced Carrier corporation to halt the transfer of over a thousand jobs to Mexico. This […]