11 Reasons Why Greece Really Went Broke in 2011

ATHENS – Unless you were rich, a business executive, a celebrity, or among the few privileged elite who run the country and for whom...

Amphipolis Tomb: All Circus, No Bread at Greece’s Newly Found “Archaeological Disneyland”

It was Christmas of 1977 when Greek archaeologist Manolis Andronikos announced the discovery of the royal tomb of King Philip of Macedonia and father...

Presentation of New Greek Political Party ‘To Potami’

  Τhe famous Greek TV journalist Stavros Theodorakis during a press conference that he gave today, officially presented his new pro-Europe political party To Potami...

Is the Mother of Alexander the Great in the Tomb at Amphipolis? Part 3

By Andrew Chugg* I wrote my initial article on this question on the morning of 6th September (a day before the announcement of the discovery...

The Name Game: Greece Gave Macedonia Away

Macedonia is Greek. Get that? Macedonia is Greek, no matter what Greece's envious neighbor to the north, a place called FYROM, wishes were the...

The Dilemma of Divided Cyprus and the Turkish Trap

Under the current political climate, there is a slim possibility that a conciliatory resolution to the Cyprus problem may not be far off. If...

A Comforting Winter in Greece Amidst The Crisis

When home for the holidays, I initially welcome the onset of New York’s holiday season, but as it progresses, I find myself packing my...

The Politics Buried in the Amphipolis Tomb and Macedonia

As days go by and the mystery of the Casta hill tomb in Amphipolis remains unsolved, new questions and conspiracy theories arise. The "who...

Sanctions on Russia will only add to Cyprus’ problems

The situation in the Ukraine is a classic example of how political double standards are applied in the name of socio-economic dominance. All sorts...

Greece’s Success Story is Killing People  

While Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his cohorts were celebrating because Greece floated a bond, a 35-year-old woman fell – without floating – to...

Is 2012 The Year Cretans Decide If They Want Out (from Greece)?

“Since Greece is such a geographically fragmented nation, do you think there is any movement for independence from any of the larger islands such...
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5th Year of Greek Crisis: An Economic Strategy For Greece

In the 5th year of the Greek economic crisis, Greece has good fiscal news as it continues to build a primary surplus, but for debt, reforms and unemployment it has made only limited progress.

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