Greek-American relations are experiencing a “golden age” right now, US analyst and senior fellow for national security and international policy at the Center for American Progress Alan Makovsky told Kathimerini.
The Willard InterContinental, a landmark hotel in the American capital, hosted the delegates of the 5th Forum for Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean, which was organized by the English-language edition of Kathimerini, in collaboration with Delphi Economic Forum, and the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC) last week.
The morning after the event celebrating the 25th anniversary of the collaboration between Kathimerini and The New York Times for the former’s English-language edition, thanks to which American columnist Susan Glasser was in Athens for the first time, we meet at the cafe of a hotel in central Athens.
Giorgos Alevras, 38, plies the coast near the town of Astakos, in west-central Greece, in search of fish. Alevras, who returned to Greece last year after 10 years working abroad in biotechnology, has invested 250,000 euros in a fishing trawler, but the returns have been meager.
The first time Ayse Karahusseinoglou laid eyes on yellow roses was at the age of 6. Accompanied by her father, she ventured to the Health Center in Soufli, a town nestled in the regional unit of Evros near the Greek-Turkish border, renowned for its silk industry.
The under-secretary-general of the United Nations and high representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, Miguel Angel Moratinos, was in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki last week representing UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the award ceremony for the Empress Theophano Prize, which this year went to the international organization. […]
In the fourth award ceremony of the pan-European Empress Theophano Prize, which took place in Thessaloniki on Thursday evening, attention was not on the stunning Rotunda, the city landmark that served as a temple in Roman times, a Christian church in the Byzantine era and a mosque during the Ottoman occupation; nor was it on the distinguished guests who attended the event.
More than 600 firefighters, EMAK rescue teams, army units and other state and local authority personnel have been put on standby as central Greece braces for the onslaught of a second major storm in less than a month, after Daniel razed homes, businesses, streets and bridges in early September, claiming 17 lives.
The suburban hilltop forest of Seich Sou in Thessaloniki will by October 4 have three lidar systems: optical radars produced by Raymetrics, a firm that makes sensors for remote meteorological parameter monitoring.
In the last week of June and on the last day of his holiday in Greece, I met George Mitchell at Costa Navarino, in the Peloponnese. The American politician, diplomat, lawyer and former Democratic senator served as the majority leader of the United States Senate from 1989 to 1995. He 89 […]