Athens’ Deadly December of 1944

- December 28, 2013

As Greece is going through a period of economic devastation and political schism, it is worthwhile to remember what took place in the streets of […]

A Healthy Vision for New York

- December 9, 2013

As I reflect on how New York City’s health problems can be solved, I am savoring the remarks of a new Mayor with ideas to […]

Push Away The Pulpit, Please

- December 9, 2013

“Moralism has prevailed for good in our lives, as well as in the life of the Church. It is taught is seminary and represents for […]

The Greek Immigrant Generation Gap

- December 9, 2013

A common theme echoed from studies looking at inter-generational mobility differences between foreign-born immigrants and their native-born counterparts is the degree to which the latter […]

Patriarch Bartholomew’s Ataturk Misstep

- December 9, 2013

On October 24 the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew visited the purported childhood home (historians disagree whether he ever lived there), now “museum” dedicated to the founder […]

Changing DC Realities Benefit Cypriot Negotiators

- November 20, 2013

Addressing the Cyprus Federation of America’s 2013 Testimonial Dinner in September, Cyprus President Nikos Anastasiades said, “The re-launching of the negotiations under the aegis of […]

Korais’ Healing Medicine for Modern Greece

- November 20, 2013

Evaggelos Vallianatos/Huffington Post During my graduate history studies at the University of Wisconsin in the late 1960s and early 1970s, I came across Adamantios Korais. […]

Greece is a Eurozone Colony

- November 20, 2013

Louis Jargow/Dissident Voice In her recent book, Juridical Humanity: A Colonial History, postcolonial thinker Samera Esmeir examines the liberal, humanitarian, positive legal project of British […]

Greek Unemployment The Big Risk

- November 17, 2013

– Antonis H. Diamataris – Publisher/Editor of The National Herald The unemployment statistics released recently for Europe will supply all political parties with ample material […]