2018 Cyprus Elections – The Land of Myths

  I have been listening carefully to public interviews and statements from the presidential candidates in Cyprus and I am not convinced that after the...

Banking Union not Enough to Save Eurozone

Greek Finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos tackles the eurozone's banking and financial challenges in an article he contributed to the Financial Times newspaper. The Fin Min...

Greece’s Deputy Education Minister Gives Lessons in Vulgarity

Greece's Deputy Education Minister Kostas Zouraris is known for his controversial and often provocative views. Some times, he even can get downright offensive, and...

Rise in Migrant Flow Likely Retaliation of Turkish President over Asylum Seeking Soldiers

Only 24 hours after a Greek asylum committee granted asylum to one of the eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after the failed...

Greece Between Rock and Hard Place over Turkish Pilot Asylum

Ankara continues to bully Athens after Greece's Supreme Court decision for the non extradition of the eight Turkish military men who sought political asylum...

2017: The Year More Greeks Lost their Dignity

One of the (vague) election pledges of Alexis Tsipras was that his administration would restore the lost dignity of Greeks. That was also one...

Communists at Home, Capitalists Abroad (videos)

The hypocrisy of Greece's leftist government became evident once again last week, in two continents nonetheless. The administration that came to power promising to end...

Greece: 5 Instances Where Small Radical Groups Wreak Havoc

The sense of disorder in Greece is gathering pace, as a small leftist minority disrupts life and destroys public and private property, on a...

Turkish President Visits Greece to Promote his own Agenda, Greek Side Unprepared

Greek people still wonder what the purpose of the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Athens, was. Or rather, what would Greece...

Games of the Throne – Cyprus Elections

This is the second Presidential campaign that I am witnessing in Cyprus and I must admit it has to be dirtiest yet! There are...

Athens to “Pay” Once Again for Grigoropoulos’ Slaying by Greek Police

Greek police brace once again for the violence that is programmed to erupt this Wednesday, on the 9th anniversary of the slaying of teenager Alexandros...

Greece Ambivalent about Turkish President Visit

Greece doesn't know what to expect from this week's visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan; which is to take place in Greece after...

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