Tsipras Chooses Wrong Time to Divide Greeks

The Novartis case - which is shrewdly referred to as the "Novartis scandal" by the Greek government - is obviously not an effort to...

Are Greece and Turkey Really on the Verge of War?

The Aegean is heating up. Out of ten results produced by googling the words “Greece” and “Turkey” together, eight are related to current or past...

Greek Political System Goes to War over Novartis Case

A fierce battle is expected to take place in the Greek parliament on Wednesday as political leaders speak and vote on the formation of...

Cyprus Failing to Plan for Turkish Threats

Last Friday, Ankara’s naval ships invaded Cyprus's territorial waters and stopped the Italian/French ENI-TOTAL gas exploration platform from reaching its destination. In the same period,...

Opinion: Rally for Macedonia was Not All ‘Nationalists’ and ‘Fascists’

Even before Sunday's huge rally against the use of the term 'Macedonia' by Greece's northern neighbor, the Athens government tried to vilify or ridicule...

Blank/White Vote in a Democracy

In a true democracy, a legitimate protest vote belongs to the people and not to political parties or to bad political systems for manipulation....

Opinion: Cypriot Voters Will Ditch Failing Parties

*Andreas C Chrysafis is a U.K.-published author of five books and over 400 press articles. His latest books are “Aphrodite’s Sacred Virgins” and “Andreas...

Will ‘Macedonia’ Push Greeks to a New Right-Wing Party?

A new political party in Greece that would occupy the space between the conservatives of New Democracy and the extreme-right Golden Dawn may be...

Opinion: Macedonia Issue Energizing Austerity-Hit Greeks

Hundreds of thousands of Greeks from all walks of life are expected to throng the center of Athens, right outside the country’s parliament building,...

‘Macedonia’ Saga Pushing Tsipras to Find New Partners?

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia name dispute has created a big headache for Alexis Tsipras and his party. Initially, the Greek prime minister tried...

Opinion: The Lynching of Journalists

The author, Andreas C Chrysafis, is a U.K.-published writer of five books and over 400 press articles. His latest books “Aphrodite’s Sacred Virgins” and...

When Art Causes Reactions, Bans and Rioting in Greece

One thing we can all agree on is that Greeks generally love controversy. The cancellation of a film premiere about a basketball club triumph...

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