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...

Protest Votes are Sentinels of Democracy

Athenian democracy where theoretically the majority governs all equals and unequal alike, has been flawed from the very beginning. It has encouraged corruption and...

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....

Greek Government Remains Uncomfortably Silent on Second Referendum Anniversary

There were great celebrations about the re-opening of public television ERT in June, even a monument for the "fighters" of ERT was erected. Yet,...

Greece: Deal with Creditors or Face Disaster, Bankruptcy and the New Drachma

Within a few weeks, Greece will not be able to pay salaries, pensions and loan obligations to the International Monetary Fund and other lenders, unless a bailout deal is reached.

Samaras Sucker Punches Greek Bond Holders

There’s a sucker born every minute, as P.T. Barnum may have said. And there’s a sucker puncher waiting for them, knowing that a fool...

Vanishing Cyprus

By Andreas Chrysafis* Social Apathy… Apathy can be summed up as a state of mind where an individual has an absence of interest or concern...

Survey Says! Germans Most Respected, Greeks Least Respected

ATHENS -  As Greeks prepare to commit political suicide at the June 17 elections – a bullet in the head courtesy of the New...

The Cowards of Golden Dawn Hide in the Dark

ATHENS - As if any more proof was needed that the Nazis of Golden Dawn are really just cowardly bullies who do their fighting...

Working for the Yankee Dollar: United States, the Unexpected Winner of Greek Elections

Sunday's Greek elections had more than one winner. In fact, several winners emerged from the ballot, some completely unexpected. SYRIZA scored the first victory of...

A Comforting Winter in Greece Amidst The Crisis

When home for the holidays, I initially welcome the onset of New York’s holiday season, but as it progresses, I find myself packing my...

Greek Voters Face Tough Decision For Upcoming Election

Amid threats and blackmails, Greek citizens are called to vote in a general atmosphere of uncertainty and fear. Falsified dilemmas, mainly projected by PASOK...

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