Is Disinformation Threatening Democracy?

- May 24, 2019

The 2019 European parliamentary elections and how news organizations can respond* The phenomenon of disinformation threatens European democratic societies. Concrete measures against disinformation is a […]

Analysis: He Opened His Heart and His Mind

By Theodore Kalmoukos - May 21, 2019

Newly elected Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, with his exclusive interview with The National Herald, published in this edition, opened his heart and mind to faithful […]

Mid-Pentecost: A Bridge Linking Two Feasts

By John Athanasatos - May 21, 2019

Christ is Risen! We find ourselves approaching Mid-Pentecost this Wednesday, May 22. Mid-Pentecost, what is that? Pentecost is the Feast celebrated 50 days after Easter […]

Why Not Visit the Athens Riviera in 2019

By My Greek Friend - May 20, 2019

Although Athens is a beautiful European capital with plenty of things to do, sometimes – and especially during summer – you might want to escape […]

Imagining Smyrna, May 15, 1919

By Stavros T. Stavridis - May 19, 2019

My name is Michalis Veziris and lived in Smyrna during the auspicious day of May 15, 1919. It is a day etched in my memory […]

Alabama: Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

By Eraklis Diamataris - May 18, 2019

Women’s rights are human rights, and those rights were trampled on Tuesday night when the Alabama State Senate passed House Bill 314, Human Life Protection […]

When Did Common Courtesy Become a Problem?

By Dr Constantina Michalos - May 17, 2019

My parents did not have a formal education, but you would think that they had graduated summa cum laude from the Emily Post School of […]