23.09.2023 / 19:10

At the age of 83 and with a political legacy of tangible achievements that have stood the test of time, Stefanos Manos could be spending his days enjoying the peace of his suburban Athens home with his wife.

18.09.2023 / 10:50

The visit was supposed to be a surprise, but news of it seemed to have leaked. It was 5 o’clock on Wednesday afternoon at the Glyfada Tennis Club in southern Athens and a small crowd had gathered, throbbing with anticipation.

12.04.2023 / 18:49

France’s minister of state for European affairs expresses Paris’ satisfaction at the lowering of Greek-Turkish tensions. Speaking to Kathimerini, she praises the Greek response to the earthquakes in Turkey and confirms France’s abiding interest in the Mediterranean.

26.03.2023 / 20:05

Ukraine’s success on the battlefield has been key to maintaining the Western consensus on arming the country, according to Alexander Cooley, the Claire Tow Professor of Political Science and vice provost at Columbia University’s Barnard College.

27.02.2023 / 10:59

The Russian invasion of Ukraine made it clear that “we have to defend democracy and the European way of life on the battlefield,” Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Olga Stefanishyna tells Kathimerini

31.01.2023 / 08:09

Turkey is the main point of dissonance in the unity of the Western Alliance against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, according to retired admiral James Stavridis.

13.07.2022 / 14:20

At barbecues and garden parties, the conversation centers on the eventful preceding six months, on the much-needed break in August and on the difficult winter ahead.

12.07.2022 / 09:11

Eurozone finance ministers gave Greece and the rest of the bloc a clear signal in the direction of fiscal adjustment on Monday after the last Eurogroup meeting before the summer vacation.

22.06.2022 / 11:18

A strict reference to Turkey is included in the draft conclusions of the European Summit which will take place on Thursday and Friday in Brussels.

21.06.2022 / 12:41

Turkey is now further away from the EU compared to what was happening a quarter of a century ago, according to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, in an interview given to a small number of European newspapers, including Kathimerini.

30.05.2022 / 18:07

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Monday he will raise the issue of the escalating Turkish provocations against Greece “as a factor of destabilization in the eastern Mediterranean region,” as he arrived at an EU summit in Brussels on Monday.

26.05.2022 / 11:22

The European Commission’s initial lackluster response to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan saying that he no longer recognizes Kyriakos Mitsotakis became firmer later on Wednesday, with one high-ranking official saying that the EU demands respect for its leaders and member-states.