Death of the Republic of Cyprus

There is euphoria in the air on resolving the Cyprus issue this year; come rain or shine there will be a solution – so...

The Tale of a Prime Minister: George A. Papandreou

It’s only've been two years since George Papandreou after an overwhelming victory moved to the[...]

Petar Grbić Excited about Olympiakos

Petar Grbić gave an interview to his home country’s newspaper ''Arena'', concerning his career in Olympiakos. The forward soccer player is very excited about...

High Noon in Greece: Samaras Fires Blanks

A good lawyer knows that you never ask a question unless you already know the answer. A good leader would know never to accuse...

Why We Are All Destroying Greece

7hcOYs659uQ Greece, why did we destroy everything at Syntagma? The stairs, the benches, the camps that people had created protesting against a government...

Greece Under Syriza Begins to Bear a Leery Resemblance to Maduro’s Venezuela

Greece’s ongoing protests by the nation’s farmers, professionals and working class people against the government’s plans for pension reform and raising new tax revenues...

AKAMAS Is Doomed

Well...let me tell you something. I have come to the conclusion that Cyprus deserves what it has coming to it! It's biggest enemy are...

Journalists’ Strike All Too Convenient for Greek Govt

This weekend will be too crucial for Greece as the SYRIZA-ANEL coalition is ready to pass austerity measures in parliament that would finish off what...

Entrapment of Cyprus – Vanishing Cyprus

Under the current political climate, there is a slim possibility that a conciliatory agreement to resolve the Cyprus issue may not be far off....
Greece in chains by a banker outside the European Commission

Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel for the Greek Crisis?

Ever since the Greek debt crisis erupted, back in late 2009, each successive government actively sought to defuse a sharp backlash against the bailout...

Corruption is Alive and Well in Greece Only the Cloak Has Changed

In just two days, the Alexis Tsipras government made two shows of semi-authoritarianism that don't fit with their loud declarations of fairness, social justice, battle...

Football Violence in Greece is Alive and Well

Greek politicians are like the legendary Greek lovers of the 70s and 80s: they will promise the sun and the moon, only to satisfy...

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