The Athens Polytechnic uprising anniversary on November 17 against the military dictatorship in Greece has lost its glow and it is often marred by clashes between police and extreme left groups. In November 1973, it had been six and a...
Italian cuisine and Greek cuisine: the history, differences and common traits in the cuisines we all love is a fascinating journey into the past, showing that there was a fusion of Greek-Italian cuisine in historical times that comes down to...
UNESCO recently called for the return of the Parthenon sculptures to Athens from the British Museum, but the appeal has fallen on deaf ears. By Alexis Georgoulis - (MEP European Left) The day that UNESCO called for the return of the...
Greeks need to turn their eyes, and mind, to their ancient ancestors for inspiration and knowledge, because it was science and civilization from ancient Greece that built the foundations of our world. by Evaggelos Vallianatos The 200 years of modern Greek...
The new music video by Lizzo has been accused by some in the social media as appropriating, pilfering and sullying Greek and Roman art. The American singer, whose real name is Melissa Viviane Jefferson has sparked debate around the theme of...
Greece and Lithuania are looking for ways to curb the flow of migrants from Turkey and Belarus. However, just because the situations are similar, does not mean the EU has dealt with them the same. This piece compares the...
For women and girls, the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan is terrifying. It brings back memories of their brutal 1996-2001 regime.
Central bank money has been showered, via private bankers, on the ultra-rich, while everyone else suffers stagnation and austerity. The time for change is now, and the way to do it is by creating central-bank cryptocurrency.
If we are to consider meaningful communities for Hellenism, Vienna should surely be on the short list with its little Greece.
Greece came under strong criticism from Armenia after its envoy to Azerbaijan joined diplomats in a propaganda tour of occupied Artsakh.
Greece and the EU have a legal case against Turkey's violation of the refugee deal, says Todd Carney, specialist in international law.
A historian looks at the plague that hit Ancient Athens and explains how a massive government spending plan backfired 2,500 years ago.