Thursday, 13 June , 2024

Greek History

Moscow ready to contribute to Cyprus talks, Zakharova says

Feb 28 2024 Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova referred on Wednesday to the 65th anniversary of the Zurich-London Agreements and criticised Britain while expressing...

“Hanukkah”: An Anti-Greek Blood Libel

Separating Fact From Fiction By Joseph Jordan 5 Jan 2024 British historicist Arnold Toynbee once described Judaism as a unique aberration within the human experience. Fossilized in...

Κazantzaki CELUI QUI DOIT MOURIR/Le Christ Recrucifié

A great masterpiece of the Greek writer NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS (whose body of work combines Camus, Dostoievski, Tolstoi, Nietzsche and Bergson) becomes transformed in the...

Cyprus and Kissinger: Death of an image

By William Mallinson* Can I do this? As the author of a recent book on Heinz Kissinger (the result of over twenty years of archival research),...

A nation betrayed

By Christopher Hitchens Mon 26 Feb 2001 In his explosive new book, The Trial of Henry Kissinger, Christopher Hitchens argues that the former US secretary of...

The Kissinger legacy and its Carry in the Global South

By Anuradha Chenoy* For the Global South, Kissinger could well be called Dr. Death. He insured that whichever country raised a voice or could potentially...

Women rule on the Greek island of Karpathos

By Marina Rafenberg (AAP) 11 June 2023 “Here it is women who command!” declared Rigopoula Pavlidis, as she sang the virtues of her remote village on...

Syriza survivra-t-il ? Le crash test de la mer Egée et...

Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 20 Juillet 2023 A notre époque, le national coïncide avec le populaire et le populaire avec le national. Dimitris Glinos, "Qu'est-ce que l'EAM...

Will Syriza survive? The Aegean crash test and the last chance...

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos   “In our time the national coincides with the popular and the popular with the national” Dimitris Glynos, "What is the EAM and what it...

The Kapetanios: Partisans and Civil War in Greece, 1943–1949

The complicated and dramatic course of the Civil War in Greece had, for lack of parties interested in reconstructing the truth of its events,...