Ankara is scaling up its aggressive behavior in the wake of Greece’s defense deal with France and before the signing of a five-year extension to the Greece-US military cooperation agreement.

13.09.2021 / 22:25

A recent story about the Independent Authority for Public Revenue getting ready to connect some 500,000 business cash registers to the tax collection system came as something of a shock.

01.09.2021 / 23:10

The catastrophic wildfires earlier this summer that destroyed thousands of hectares of forest, burned property and made the daily lives of everyone much worse, are certainly a blow to the Mitsotakis government that was responsible for extinguishing them.

27.07.2021 / 22:15

“What ties could I possibly have to a Turkish Cypriot to accept that he has the same civil rights as me and is mixed up in my business everyday?”

19.07.2021 / 23:00

Anthe, a pretty village girl, falls in love with Giorgis, a handsome village boy, and embarks on an illicit love affair.

14.07.2021 / 21:10

While on a winter excursion to the region of Grevena in Western Macedonia a few years ago, I happened to borrow a pair of snowshoes.

27.06.2021 / 22:24

In the next few years, our country will be required to manage 100 billion euros’ worth of funds (Next Generation EU, EaSI, private funds). These funds, used properly, can transform Greek society.

08.04.2021 / 09:05

“I pay less taxes than my secretary,” said the American billionaire investor, and great philanthropist, Warren Buffet when describing the injustice of the US tax system.

03.02.2021 / 21:10

It’s hard to disagree with what Citizens’ Protection Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis said in Parliament Tuesday regarding government plans to police universities.

18.01.2021 / 15:33

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis recently estimated that some 2 million people will be vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of March and expressed satisfaction with the current rate.

08.12.2020 / 10:27

The fact that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis left his home near downtown Athens’ Lycabettus Hill and went to Mount Parnitha for a bicycle ride at a time when everyone else is forbidden from leaving the proximity of their residence for exercise, was obviously a mistake.

01.10.2020 / 17:32

If tensions with Turkey and the coronavirus are Greece’s two biggest challenges right now, it is safe to say that the government has scored points in the former but is slipping in the latter.

29.08.2020 / 11:50

The party was held in the holiday home of a prominent Greek businessman on a cosmopolitan Aegean island at some time in early August. 

15.07.2020 / 21:03

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may have scored political points at home with his decision to convert Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia into a mosque. However, the international ramifications of the affair – even Pope Francis said he was “deeply saddened” by the decision – are bound to put many of Ankara’s European allies in a difficult position. The move will certainly backfire on Erdogan.

07.05.2020 / 16:33

The government’s prompt response to the health crisis and the people’s compliance explain why Greece has reported less than 15 deaths per million of the population when countries of a similar size like Portugal reported 100/million and Belgium 750/million.