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Reasons to Remember the Asia Minor Catastrophe

“Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat,” George Santayana (1863-1952). We are celebrating the 92nd Anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe...

South Korea: Greek Envoy Marks National Day for First Time in 5 Years

In a first for Greece’s top diplomat here in the past five years, Greek Ambassador to South Korea Sourvanos Dionysios underscored commercial and political...

193rd Greek Independence Day Parade in NYC

The 193rd annual Greek Independence Day Parade, celebrating hellenic history and heritage in New York, will be held on March 30, at 1.30pm. The parade will...

Rep. Maloney Honors Greek Independence Day

Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) today marked the 193rd anniversary of Greece's independence from the Ottoman empire by delivering remarks at the American Hellenic...

Lost Heritage: The Jews of Thessaloniki

By Nota Karamaouna* - One of the fundamental features of Thessaloniki – Greece’s second city, sometimes known as Salonica – since its very foundation in...

Greek Civil Wars, in the Country's Genes?

Civil wars come at a certain point in every country’s history and create some bleak historic moments. For Greece though it seems that its...

What is the Future of Vassilaros Coffee?

    Coffee is the essential drink of Americans. People enjoy Vassilaros coffee on the go between jobs and shopping. A bold business initiative is presented...

Born In Debt: Greece's History of Borrowing

“From the beginning, our state had no other choice than to live on credit. We were born in debt.” - Gerassimos Notaras, head archivist, historical...

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.

U.S. Will Close Consulate In Thessaloniki

The U.S. has decided to permanently close its consular offices in Thessaloniki, Greece's second largest city, as part of government budget cuts, the outgoing...