Signs of the Collapse of the Greek Economy

By Antonis H. Diamataris - March 4, 2019

Aegean’s flight to Thessaloniki was, typically, on time. The service was excellent, the staff very attentive. It was like being in another Greece. The airport, […]

A Great Greek Neighborhood Has Taken a Beating

By Antonis H. Diamataris - February 20, 2019

When, on February 11, four days prior to Amazon’s decision, I was warning the Amazon Deal could be cancelled, I could not imagine it would […]

The God-Fearing Mr. Tsipras

By Antonis H. Diamataris - February 7, 2019

The public part of the visit of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to Constantinople and the Halki Seminary undoubtedly produced historical moments. There were touching photos […]

Tsipras in Turkey: Opportunities and Dangers

By Antonis H. Diamataris - February 4, 2019

Kyriakos Mitsotakis, leader of the main opposition New Democracy party, made some important points during his exclusive interview with The National Herald, which we published […]

When a Dog is More than Just a Dog

By Antonis H. Diamataris - February 3, 2019

My neighborhood few nights ago reminded me of being in a pre-election period. When candidates fill the streets with signs displaying their photos, their name, […]

Playing Games with the Greeks Abroad

By Antonis H. Diamataris - February 3, 2019

My old art…working the sieve. That’s what the latest political game reminds me of. The Greek government, after trying to divide the Greeks of Greece […]