Samaras Knows The National Interest

- June 22, 2014

When Greek courts overturn his polices, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras ignores them because he knows what’s best … and in the national interest.

The Samaras Shuffle, The Retread Dance

- June 14, 2014

Some of the names and faces are different, but Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ partially new Cabinet is still filled with the same, tired retread types.

The Bitter Divide is Greece’s Legacy

- June 2, 2014

Greeks have been fighting each other since the days of the City-States and Peloponnesian War, and now it goes on under a different method: politics.

The End of Papandreou and PASOK Too

- May 6, 2014

It couldn’t come fast enough for Greece: the end of PASOK and demise of the people who destroyed the party, former premier George Papandreou and non-leader Evangelos Venizelos.

Samaras Shows How To Buy An Election

- April 17, 2014

You know the American saying that “Money talks, and BS walks?” Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras must have picked it up during his years at Amherst College.

Numbers Show The Failure of Greece’s Success Story

- April 1, 2014

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, who’s led a privileged life, has been touting what he calls a burgeoning “success story,” for Greece, but he doesn’t see what harsh austerity measures have done to many Greeks.