Mandela Was Man of Reconciliation

- December 9, 2013

Nelson Mandela lived his long life with purpose. That’s why he is so admired after his death. He was certainly no saint. But he had […]

Two Pieces of Good News

- December 4, 2013

In these difficult times we are all looking for some good news, something to break the depressing monotonous stream of unpleasant information. And now we […]

Credibility and Troika Alarms

- November 29, 2013

Antonis H. Diamataris -TNH/Publisher-Editor The credibility of Greece is much improved from the very low point at which it once stood. But much remains to […]

What Giving Really Gets

- November 29, 2013

The Greek American Homeowners  Association in Astoria, N.Y. , the Kalymnian Society and the family of Nikos Manolis from Dracut, Mass. are responsible for three […]

Morning in Iran?

- November 26, 2013

Antonis H. Diamataris/TNH Publisher-Editor Hundreds of Iranians rushed to greet the Iranian negotiating team at the airport in Tehran, cheering them as national heroes when […]

- November 24, 2013

  I am sure that former Cypriot President Glafcos Clerides, who died at 94 and received a funeral fitting for a sitting leader, is smiling […]

In Death, Clerides Finally Gets His Due

- November 19, 2013

Antonis H. Diamataris – Publisher/Editor of The National Herald I am sure that former Cypriot President Glafcos Clerides, who died at 94 and received a […]

Too Many Cooks In Greek Political Kitchen

- November 19, 2013

Antonis H. Diamataris – Publisher/Editor of The National Herald In crisis-ridden Athens, the political crisis is flaring up. The conclusions are obvious. The evidence is […]

I Spy, You Spy

- November 19, 2013

Hardly a day goes by without new revelations about the National Security Agency (NSA) intercepting the communications of a foreign leader. But when it was […]