The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) is carving an historic path in the field of international philanthropy and various fields of humanity.
To little avail, President Barack Obama cited the Bible when imploring Congress and others to not oppress immigrants in the U.S.
Tom Manatos, from a prestigious family, is in the the spotlight as one of the most dynamic forces in the political life of Washington, D.C.
With Turkey pressing – with warships – its growing incursion around Cyprus and Greece, there’s little Athens or the international community can do.
Despite some valiant efforts – including that of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras – and positive economic news, Greece is not going anywhere.
The Greek government is putting itself in an unnecessarily difficult position. For example, it is wrong to present the recent Eurozone bank stress test results […]
It can be described as analogous to Archbishop Iakovos’ march in Selma, Alabama in 1965, immortalized on that iconic Life magazine cover.
Finally, Washington has presented its position on the crisis in Cyprus, but from the State Department and not from the White House.
It was an important day. A day of celebration and pride. A day when the bugle sounded truly marking the “arrival” of the Greek-American community.
The title of today ‘s article goes back to by John Reed’s famous book about the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, Ten Days That Shook the World.