Works has dried up like the hot sun because nobody needs you. Despair sits on the couch in darkness because the electricity bill can’t be […]
The ancient Greek Olympics haven’t produced a truce in modern times but still stand as an example of what could be, including cleanliness.
BY THOMAS KANELOS Tuesday, May 29, 1453, is a day that all true scholars of history know well. After a siege of more than six […]
BY PROF. ELISEOS PAUL TAIGANIDES There is the Greece one imagines from watching CNN in America elaborating on the abyss of disorders, and there is […]
Those of us who enjoy experiencing the “thrill of victory and the agony of defeat” of the Olympic Games could probably do without one particular […]
BY PAUL GLASTRIS In 2009, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) picked Rio de Janeiro as the site of the 2016 summer Olympics. “There was absolutely […]
There was a time when the U.N. General Assembly was our home. Our real home. Those were the years soon after the Turkish invasion. We had then […]
The British referendum and the immediate and anticipated further major repercussions have resulted in numerous comments and articles by analysts and academics on the feasibility […]
If he hadn’t left such a trail of the wounded behind you could almost feel sorry for Greek Prime Minister Alexis “Che” Tsipras.
By Stavros T. Stavridis The landing of Australian and New Zealand troops (Anzac) on the shores of Gallipoli on April 25, 1915 is commemorated with […]