Former Premier and PASOK founder Andreas Papandreou was a master of deception but SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras will find the EU may not cut him slack.
While Greeks are tired of austerity, they are not comfortable with SYRIZA and Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ New Democracy has a shot at winning the Jan. 25 elections.
On Dec. 29, the Greek Parliament will either elect Stavros Dimas as Greek President or there will be new elections during a crushing economic crisis.
Greece is approaching the point of no return, with a real stench around the bribery allegations for the stalemated election of a President.
Prime Minister Samaras should have avoided the political stalemate he put Greece in. That is what the circumstances warranted.
Greece is wounding us yet once again. Certainly, the image projected by the country does not encourage the drawing of pleasant conclusions.
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras with two moves has changed the political landscape of the country but placed it on a risky path.
Why do Greek schools have trouble getting books, depriving students of the works of Cavafy, Ritsos, Elytis, and Gatsos when the Archdiocese has a fat budget?
The National Herald is honoring one of Cypriot’s – and Hellenism’s – greatest patriots and philanthropists, the late, great George Paraskevaides.
It was inevitable that sooner or later, Russian President Vladimir Putin –his personal fortune, estimated at $42 billion – would stumble. He has.