Cyprus Elections: White/Blank Protest Vote

The battle for the May 2016 parliamentary elections in Cyprus is in full swing and sabres crisscrossing between rival groups are rattling like never...

What If Greece’s Turn Against the IMF Is Staged?

The sudden turn of the Greek government against the International Monetary Fund in the past month and the continuous requests for its withdrawal from...

Tsipras Creates Another Imaginary Enemy for Greece

Alexis Tsipras has always being prone to fighting imaginary wars. In the long year of his rule he has declared war on corruption, oligarchy,...

13 Theses on the Continuing Greek Debt Drama

As the Greek debt drama continues to unfold and both the IMF and the eurocrats demand ever more sacrifices from the average Greek people...

A New Revolution in Cyprus; Thought of the Day

I have never and I mean NEVER in my life heard such revelations and so passionately presented in public on national television. No politician,...

Debate on Corruption in Greek Parliament Left Us None the Wiser

It is obvious why Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called this extraordinary parliamentary session on corruption at a time when everything else in Greece is...

IMF Insists on Same Medicine That Destroyed the Greek Economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has admitted on several occasions in the recent past that it made serious errors in its assessment of the...

Syriza’s Stance on Macedonia Indicative of an Ahistorical-Minded and Machiavellian Bent Organization

Say what you will, but the fact of the matter is that many leftists of the Syriza persuasion (intrinsically ahistorical and naïve) would not...

Brussels Attacks Threaten European Integration and Cosmopolitan Democracy

They say timing is everything. And an organization such as the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), which has supplanted al Qaeda as...

Revoked: The Right to Vote in Cyprus

The Right to Vote constitutes the backbone of democracy for it is the people that are meant to govern; so the myth goes! In the...

Is Greece Turning Into an Ellis Island?

A European official, under conditions of anonymity, said that Greece is to become an Ellis Island, the anteroom for entry into the presumed economic...

From Ataturk to Venizelos

MYTILENE, Greece – Crossing the Bosporus from Istanbul to Athens with a university colleague – one the daughter of Turkish immigrants, the other the...