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25.07.2021 / 22:10

History has proved that Greece must always be a strong naval power. Geography and geopolitics make it a strategic necessity for the country to have a navy that can, at the same time, defend every island and islet in the Aegean and have a presence in the Eastern, Mediterranean.


22.07.2021 / 21:10

Unmanned aerial vehicles are significantly changing the contemporary battlefield by offering a huge comparative advantage to the armed forces that own them, says United States Air Force Lieutenant General (retired) Dave Deptula, dean of the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies, in an interview with Kathimerini. He says that although China has invested huge sums in […]


18.07.2021 / 23:47

I was on holiday at one of Greece’s top tourism destinations many years ago, looking for a taverna with a small group of friends where we could enjoy decent, traditional Greek food.


12.07.2021 / 01:02

There is one US policy that has not changed with the departure of Donald Trump and the arrival of President Joe Biden, and that is toward China.


09.07.2021 / 21:34

Greece is fundamentally on the right path and it must persist on that path, the new secretary-general of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Mathias Cormann, tells Kathimerini in an interview.


07.07.2021 / 23:00

For years I looked out of my office window at the view of Faliro Bay and despaired at the pitiful and filthy state of the seafront, wondering: How can we be so incapable of making use of something so wonderful?


04.07.2021 / 23:12

2015 seems so distant now. I wonder if Greece will ever go through a similar experience, if it will ever come to the brink of catastrophe again. Greek history is littered with instances of near-collapse.



27.06.2021 / 22:39

We have a habit that stretches way back in this country of crucifying anyone who tries to do something really big and really important.


23.06.2021 / 21:40

There are many issues and reasons to oppose the government. After all, we live in turbulent times and in a society that has been struck by two consecutive crises.


21.06.2021 / 21:29

No concessions should be made to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan “without a significant behavior change,” US Senator Bob Menendez, a Democrat and chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee, tells Kathimerini.


19.06.2021 / 21:22

We’re annoyed at Princeton University’s decision to do away with the requirement that Classics majors learn Ancient Greek. And so we should be.


16.06.2021 / 19:21

The decision to raise admission standards at the country’s universities and to close departments that are not in high demand was the right way to go.