The Killing Season Opens in Greece

Some murders are justified. Putting a bullet in Hitler's head would have saved about 40 million lives and spared the world of the horrors...

Anarchy at Home Blows Up Tsipras’ U.S. Tour

That noise you heard when a bomb exploded at the Athens Mall was any chance that Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) leader Alexis...

It’s Easy To Find The Greeks Who Can’t Steal Straight

There’s so many scandals in Greece that you need a scorecard to keep them straight and they all involve politicians, businessmen and connected people...

Cyprus Runs Up The White Flag To Bankers

On Feb. 25, conservative lawyer Nicos Anastasiades, promising Cypriots he would never allow foreign entities to steal money out of their bank accounts to...

Greece’s Deal with the Devils: Did Anybody Read this Thing?

ATHENS – At least he didn’t say the dog ate the memorandum or go “hummana hummana hummana" while looking sheepish and wiping his face,...

Greece’s Apocalypse Now, The World’s Later

The world might indeed end on Dec. 21, although it's more likely Greece's soccer team will win the World Cup in Brazil in 2014...

Now Anastasiades Sleeps With The Enemy

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades will succeed in his burning desire to reunify the island, whose northern third is still occupied by a standing Turkish...

Clooney KO’s BoJo Over The Parthenon Marbles

Not since the late actress and Culture Minister Melina Mercouri; the eloquent writer and unbeatable debater Christopher Hitchens and his friend, Scottish Prof. Robert...

Dimitris Christoulas’ Political Suicide Won’t Change Anything in Greece

ATHENS – As crowds gathered under the tree in Syntagma Square where retired pharmacist Dimitris Christoulas, 77, killed himself because he said his pension...

A Modest Proposal for Greece: Eat The Poor and Pensioners

It is a melancholy object to those who walk through the once-great city of Athens and the now ragged other cities and forlorn towns...

Samaras Lets Golden Dawn Do His Dirty Work

After Greece’s stalemated elections in May where he suffered an ignominious showing, New Democracy Capitalist leader Antonis Samaras made a hard turn to the...

What’s Really Riling Greeks? The Injustice of it All

ATHENS - The best news of the week was that Germany may be sending 160 tax auditors to Greece to – quote, unquote –...

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