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2017 and The Axis of Populism

By Eve Geroulis Vengeful, relentless and epochal 2016 continues to cast a shadow on the dawn of a new year. 2016 wasn’t merely a Black Swan, the...

The Light of Christmas Shines Bright at the Phanar in Turkey

One of the greatest manifestations of hope for Christians in the Middle East and indeed around the world is the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.

New Greek Wave in Düsseldorf

By Aspasia Zontanou Several low budget Greek films were premiered in a special three-week event called “New Greek Wave-the New Greek Cinema” in Düsseldorf from...
Brexit

Brexit, Grexit and the evolution of Europe

Opinion article by Panos T. Xenokostas* The British people last week did not make a choice but rather a prediction. A prediction which the average...

Pontian Greek Remembrance Day in Düsseldorf

By Aspasia Zontanou In 1994, the Greek parliament declared that the Pontian Greek Genocide (1914-1923) be remembered every year on May 19. This last Sunday,...

What Was Theophanes of Constantinople’s Contribution to Early Russia?

By Catherine Tsounis Catherine Tsounis is a published author of Greek descent and a travel enthusiast who gives us insight into the Byzantine influence in...

Report from Lesvos: without safe access to asylum, people will keep risking their lives...

By Heaven Crawley I stood in the corner of a dusty cemetery on the Greek island of Lesvos and watched a mother bury her child....

Are Migrants Entering Europe Being Treated As Criminals

By Dimitris Dalakoglou and Antonios Alexandridis The European Union, one of the strongest economies in the world and home to some of the most advanced state apparatuses...

An Ancient Greek Wrote the Perfect Play to Reflect on the Refugee Crisis in...

By: Laura Swift Berlin recently agreed to curb the number of migrants it welcomed after a backlash against Angela Merkel’s suspension of EU rules limiting...

Migrant or refugee? Why it matters which word you choose

By Charlotte Taylor* Across Europe, a debate is raging about how to describe the thousands of people escaping war and turmoil in their own countries and...