Konstantinos Mitsotakis, By Nicholas Gage

- June 9, 2017

By Nicholas Gage Konstantinos Mitsotakis was one of the most effective prime ministers in the modern history of Greece, but unfortunately, he was one of […]

Is Health Tourism Greece’s Next Cash Cow?

- June 2, 2017

By Andriana Mitrakos CHICAGO, IL – As the cost of healthcare in the United States continues to rise, global medical tourism emerges as an attractive […]

A New National Security Doctrine for Greece?

- February 9, 2017

By Ambassador (ret.) Alexandros P. Mallias The tragedy of the “refugee game” in the Aegean Archipelago and the repeated daily Turkish provocations compel Greece to […]

GOA Accelerates Exodus

- December 7, 2016

By Yianni Pappas America’s religious landscape indicates people are leaving Church, especially within the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese (GOA). Those who consider themselves “unaffiliated” has risen […]

Depression-Era Voices, Not Yet Silenced

- October 14, 2016

Harry Mark Petrakis   I was only nine or ten, not yet old enough to understand the full impact of the Great Depression that ravaged […]

Cyprus in March 1956: Australian Documents

- September 15, 2016

On a recent visit to the Greek-Australian archive, I found two interesting documents on the Cyprus issue in 1956. These two documents provide an insight […]