A Priest Against Paideia? It Can’t Be!

- February 14, 2014

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 Privatization Hellishly Hellenic

- January 10, 2014

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 […]

American Monastery Money Intrigue

- December 20, 2013

By A.P.Cromidas Ten years ago it was reported in The National Herald (TNH) that the Greek Orthodox Holy Synod of U.S. Bishops was saying that […]

The Greek Crisis: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

- December 19, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC – The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) has released nine essays authored by participants of the Fifth Annual American Hellenic Institute Foundation College Student […]

Hellenic Armed Forces: An Important Ally

- December 16, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC – The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) has released nine essays authored by participants of the Fifth Annual American Hellenic Institute Foundation College Student […]

Cyprus: The Land That Money Forgot

- November 20, 2013

By D. Friedenberg – All About Alpha We were invited to Cyprus recently to assist several companies in the restructuring of their bank debt. Our […]

Of Greek Fathers and Turkish Sons

- November 19, 2013

-Orhan Kemal Cengiz/Al-Monitor The Nov. 10 anniversary of the death of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the Turkish republic’s founder, is marked with nationwide ceremonies in Turkey. […]

Greek Gays: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

- November 12, 2013

Maria Paravantes – Huffington Post In a Mediterranean country that enjoys over 360 days of crystal clear skies and ebullient sun each year, it’s really […]

Can The Greek Center Hold?

- November 12, 2013

Nikos Konstandaras – The New York Times ATHENS — The brutality of the crime would be shocking anywhere: the gunman walked up to three young […]