Paideia as the Linchpin of Our Historical Survival

By Christopher Tripoulas - October 7, 2018

In the past – and especially during the memorandum-era – there was frequent mention in Greece about the need to turncrisis into opportunity and reassess […]

Why the Argument? Kavanaugh Disqualified Himself

By Amb. Patrick Theros - October 5, 2018

No matter what the FBI investigation about Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s drinking and sexual assault should develop, even if it categorically exonerates him, Kavanaugh explicitly disqualified […]

A Hurricane Named Trump

By Dan Georgakas - October 3, 2018

This past month has been tumultuous for President Trump. Fierce windstorms from the press have escalated amid a risingflood of his associates pleading guilty to […]

Lessons to be Learned about the Kavanaugh Hearings

By Constantinos E. Scaros - September 30, 2018

There is so much to say about the U.S. Senate’s proceedings regarding the confirmation ofPresident Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh that it would take […]

Analysis: Why Do They Delay?

By Theodore Kalmoukos - September 25, 2018

My previous Analysis focused on the cloak of opacity that has covered – at least up to press time – the financial account of the […]

Hellenism and the Clash of Civilizations

By Christopher Tripoulas - September 25, 2018

During the mid-1990s, Harvard Professor Samuel Huntington wrote a seminal book entitled The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, which influenced geopolitical […]

Proud to be Chalcedonian

By John Athanasatos - September 21, 2018

On September 16, we commemorated St. Euphemia the Martyr. She contested for the Orthodox Faith in 304 AD under the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Her body […]