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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: 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...
Europa and the bull

Are Greeks Europeans?

Business strategist Peter Economides gives an answer to a German journalist of Süddeutsche Zeitung who asked if Greeks are Europeans.

Greek Media Strike: Journalists Were Heard

By Helen George Dimitris Trimis, President of the Journalists’ Union of Athens Daily Newspapers, commenting on the all media strike in Greece on May 28,...

Do Not Rebrand Greece Now!

*By Ares Kalandides and Mihalis Kavaratzis Let’s face it: There are probably few countries in Europe right now with a worse image than Greece (we...

Athens Arts & Culture Group META-ACTION Goes Global With Launch Of New Project

By Stefano Ingannamorte Meta-Action today announced the launch of a new project with the aim of connecting, through photographic images, the bohemian art enclave of Metaxourgeio with the...

Van Vlahakis: “We Either Become a Colony of Germany or Stay Independent”

By Van Vlahakis* I just listen to the news from Greece and I thought it might be useful to pass some advice to Greek politicians....