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Greek Startups: A Word from an Athens Pirate

*By Maria Calafatis - Greeks have always been entrepreneurial. These last few years the Startup Community has grown fast and despite the crisis, there is...

Europe’s “Hope Ceiling”

By Ioannis Patrikakis* The current state of affairs in the Euro zone clashes with the basic principles of Aristotelian Ethics philosophy. Aristotle is describing...
Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece

Is The Acropolis Museum Losing the Numbers Game?

An opinion piece by Dr James Beresford* - Since opening in June 2009, the €129 million Acropolis Museum has become the most popular museum in Greece....
Meaning, Symbolisms of Ancient Greek Alphabet letters

Decoding Hidden Meanings of Ancient Greek Alphabet Letters

According to the Greek Alphabet Code, letters of the Ancient Greek Alphabet reach out to our present times modified or “deformed”, compared to their original form,...

Greek Yogurt: Greece’s Weapon of Mass Consumption Revealed

By Layla Eplett* - It’s official: Greek yogurt is all the rage. As Americans demand more Greek yogurt, Greeks demand more with yogurt–the economic...

Regional Stability after Taksim: A Hellenic View

As the fog of the post Iran and Afghanistan wars dissipates, it is clear that the state of Hellenism as personified by Greece and Cyprus has declined in the face of the emerging hegemony of Turkey in the region.

Exploring Greece through the Peloponnese

Writer Elisabeth Herschbach takes us on a journey around Peloponnese, the large underexpored peninsula that forms the southernmost part of mainland Greece, linked by a four-mile isthmus at Corinth.
Greek food leads to Greek culture

Food is Culture.

*By Peter Economides - My cultural immersion happened on Sundays in South Africa in the world’s largest kitchen with brothers and sisters and cousins and...
Greece

Greece: How Long Until Junta?

By Bill Frezza* - It is often said that to get a glimpse of our future we should study the lessons of the past....

Greek Recovery: All Good Things to Know Are Difficult to Learn

By Dean Argiris* - There is an old Greek proverb, “all good things to know are difficult to learn” and the debt crisis which...
Alexis Georgoulis Athens Marathon

In Pheidippides’ Footsteps: Athens Classic Marathon

The Boston Marathon may be more famous, and the New York Marathon may be bigger. But you can’t get any closer to the original...

48 Hours in Nafplio, Greece’s First Capital

By Elisabeth Herschbach A maze of narrow streets on the slopes of a small rocky peninsula in the northeastern Peloponnese, Nafplio is one of the...

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