Unpresidential Behavior

By Antonis H. Diamataris - August 17, 2018

Public life in the United States is increasingly going astray. It loses its balance, the careful formulation, the sense of need for cooperation. It is […]

Varoufakis Apologia: “The Adults in the Room”

By Amb. Patrick Theros - August 17, 2018

Yanis Varoufakis, the short-lived but blindingly bright shooting star, the first finance minister of Alexis Tsipras, brought more drama to the Greek political scene than […]

The Press Strikes Back

By Antonis H. Diamataris - August 17, 2018

“The basis of our governments being the opinion of the people, the very first object should be to keep that right; and were it left […]

An Uncle’s Lesson on Immigration

By Antonis H. Diamataris - August 16, 2018

As one of countless immigrants to this country, I watch with enormous vexation and concern for America’s future, the thoughtless political exploitation of foreign-born persons […]

Erdogan Stepped in It

By Antonis H. Diamataris - August 14, 2018

Ataturk won. Erdogan stepped in it. And he stepped in it badly. But in having provoked gods and men, wasn’t that inevitable? What remains to […]

Did U.S. Oppose Cyprus Invasion?

By Antonis H. Diamataris - August 13, 2018

For nearly 44 years, almost all of us Greeks believed that the United States bore huge responsibility for the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. On the […]