From here, from the Northern provinces of Greece, on the Aegean island of Lemnos, Athens, as always, looks far away, just like political decisions made.
Trying to save Greece has become an exercise in the absurd. Greece is near-enough bankrupt. Most Greeks know that. It can never repay its debts.
Greece is running out of time and money. To counter this desperate situation, its government is working on a new list of proposals for economic reform.
Call me a naïve American, but there’s an important issue that everyone seems to be glossing over regarding Greece’s elections last week. Is it that […]
If SYRIZA comes to rule, its leader Alexis Tsipras will either have to bend to the will of international lenders or face economic catastrophe.
By Constantinos E. Scaros There is something bizarre going on in the United States. Recently in the Greater Los Angeles, CA area, a woman […]
Germany and Greece: two countries, each great, and each with a character vastly different from the other, whose peoples don’t much like each other.
The West – as a humanist ideal — began in ancient Athens where compassion for the individual began to replace the brutality of Egypt and Mesopotamia.
The lack of strategic planning when it comes to the advancement of Greek Education on behalf of the organized Greek-American Community is lamentable. Considering the […]
Greece’s ongoing foot-dragging over its failed privatization program that has brought in only a fraction of the 50 billion euros ($67.9 billion) goal set almost […]