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The Greeks Turn the Tables

OpEd by David Marsh* Yanis Varoufakis is an unlikely minister from an impossible country heading for an improbable victory. When he strides, tieless and tireless,...

Onassis Brought Life to the Greek Island of Skorpios

By Cliff Blaylock Skorpios or Scorpios is a private island in the Ionian Sea off the western coast of Greece and just to the east of...

Sailing: The Ultimate Way To Experience The Greek Islands

By Cliff Blaylock The Greek islands are one of the world's undisputed paradises. With luscious forests, enticing blue waters, vibrant wildlife and exotic culture, it...

Ancient Greece has something to say about the three-person baby debate

By Helen King*, Open University The science and morality of creating a life with DNA from three different individuals is hot news. The UK parliament has...

Greece: This is SYRIZA’s New Government Plan in Detail

Here's the translation of the official SYRIZA government programme as it was announced at the Thessaloniki International Fair on September 15, 2014. The programme...

Greek Debt: Are There Really Any Options?

By Gregory T. Papanikos* Germany has sent the message that a Greek exit from the eurozone might be the lesser of two evils. It has...

Charlie Hebdo: “An Attack on Humanity” Says Greek Muslim Community Leader

This is an article, sent to Greek Reporter by Atta-Ul Naseer, an Imam & National President Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Greece, condemning the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and calling it "an attack to humanity."

Greek Elections: And Now…. All Bets Are Off!

Threatening howls have risen from the halls of “united” Europe at the announcement of snap general elections in Greece, scheduled for January 25, 2015, – elections which, most likely, will bring to power the populist left-wing SYRIZA party.

The Four Pillars of Greek Wine

By Susan Kostrzewa Greece is one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world.  It has been home to winemaking for more than 6,500 years—ample...

Lingering Mysteries of the Amphipolis Tomb

By Andrew Chugg* Intriguing enigmas continue to envelop the story of the Amphipolis tomb, Greece . What was the gender of the occupant? When was...

Is the Mother of Alexander the Great in the Tomb at Amphipolis? Part 7:...

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...

An Uprising Remembered: CIA Daughter on Anti-junta Polytechnic Anniversary

On the occasion of the Athens Polytechnic Uprising against the Greek Junta, Leslie Absher, the daughter of a CIA operative stationed in Greece during...

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