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.
To Russia, the US supported an aggressive Georgian President, exaggerated the Iranian threat and now is pushing Ukraine to close Russian bases.
The Crimean Peninsula has seen much pain and certainly war in its history and as much of Russia’s past, it’s about the acquisition of territory.
Hollywood actor-director-activist George Clooney has rightfully said that the Parthenon Marbles don’t belong in the British Museum but in Greece.
Having served on the periphery of Robert Gates’ life during my career, the screaming headlines about his “tell all” memoir of his tenure as Secretary […]
Ten years into power, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s administration may have to face a familiar foe to stay that way: the military he ousted.