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 […]
By Maria Pappas For 26 years, I have been blessed to represent the people of Cook County, the second most populous county in the nation. […]
Amid all the speculation in the media concerning the upcoming Holy and Great Orthodox Council, and of the many opportunities and challenges that it will […]
By Zachary Young June 3, 2016 Nicholas Christakis and his wife, Erika, came to Yale University in 2013 with high expectations. At Harvard, the couple […]
We are no longer speaking about indications or suspicion, but rather about official statements and the policy of the Greek government. Responsible Ministers are emphasizing […]
The word “strategy” is derived from the word “stratiyeia,” comprising of two Greek words: “stratos” meaning army, and “ago” which in ancient Greek denotes guiding, […]
Cypriot and international leaders and diplomats continue to delude themselves there’s a unity solution at hand in the divided land.
Any hope that the Holy and Great Orthodox Council, scheduled to meet this June on Crete, will somehow decisively solve the many issues that burden […]
By Dr. Daniel Goure The Middle East is afire, Russia is on the march and France, the United Kingdom, the United States and […]