Thucydides, Pericles, Socrates, and Aristotle are the preferred references in the search of the logic, in understanding politics in modern Greece – but Heraclitus is the man.
Last month the Annunciation Cathedral of Boston celebrated their Metropolitan’s 30th anniversary as a Bishop with a musical concert featuring the participation of dozens of young people.
Cyprus seems to have convinced itself that it found the silver bullet to keep Turkey at bay and make a lot of money through its alliance with Israel.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been getting the upper hand against US President Barack Obama and America all around the world.
Senor, is this about production of a show by means of placebo effects, market trajectory, the Greek Bond oversubscription, the failed Chinese Bond Auction, and Mr. Nitup? What a week! It had everything. The Greek bond offering was oversubscribed four times while the Chinese bond auction failed!
The American intelligence community was – again – caught with its pants down when Russia invaded Crimea and moved on Ukraine.
Father John Artemas in his article “Karavousanos Should be Excommunicated for Heresies” (TNH, Feb. 15), writes that one of the Church bishops should call me […]
Greek Independence Day is a good time to remember the spirituality of freedom as well as the fight for freedom that has always exemplified Greeks.
We are already in the second week of the Great Lent, which is going to lead us in front of an empty tomb, the tomb of the Resurrected Christ.
In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was a king who incurred the wrath of the gods and was punished by being compelled to roll a boulder up a hill.