As MPs in Parliament overwhelmingly ratified a new law giving Greeks abroad the right to vote in national elections here back in December 2019, no one had imagined that the uptake would be as disheartening as it is today.


Evangelos Venizelos, former deputy prime minister of Greece and former minister of foreign affairs, speaking with Kathimerini English Edition Editor Tom Ellis as part of the Delphi Economic Forum on Thursday, discussed the role of PASOK in a future governmental coalition, stating that, having borne the brunt of the fallout from the financial crisis, it […]


The election of Nikos Christodoulides to the Presidency of the Republic of Cyprus is a new development in the island nation's political scene as it was done, for the first time, without the the support of the two major parties – Democratic Rally (DISY) and communist-rooted AKEL.


Despite the post-election arrogance displayed by some cadres – which could cost New Democracy the absolute majority it is aiming for and was quickly nipped in the bud by its leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis – the conservatives will win the June 25 election too, and again with a lead so significant over the second party that no one could have imagined or predicted it a few weeks ago.


The downing by an American fighter jet of a Chinese “unmanned civilian balloon” – in Beijing’s version of events – which Washington insists was used by the Chinese military for spying, is an amateur rendition of a much older incident.


Recently, both the Bank of Greece and a team of economists at Alpha Bank sounded the alarm: The production gap – i.e. the difference between the GDP we produce and what we could produce with full exploitation of the available production tools – reached zero. For the economy to grow, investments are needed. Otherwise, prices […]


A recent discussion on institutions and the rule of law sparked controversy among the descendants of the pro-EU movement known as “We’re Staying in Europe,” which emerged in 2015 when Greece’s leftist-led coalition raised concerns about the country’s potential exit from the eurozone.


A synergy launched five years ago between the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki’s Computational Intelligence and Deep Learning (CIDL) and Wireless and Photonic Systems and Networks (WinPhoS) research groups has today produced the world’s fastest light-operated artificial intelligence processor.


There is one person who wants New Democracy to achieve an outright majority more that its leader, Kyriakos Mitsotakis: It’s Nikos Androulakis, the head of the opposition socialists, PASOK. There is no other way to explain his recent statement on television, where he said that “I will not cooperate with New Democracy even if it […]


Russia’s military operations in Ukraine will continue until the rights of Russian speakers in the country are “firmly guaranteed,” says Kirill Logvinov, the ad interim head of the Russian diplomatic mission to the European Union. In this interview with Kathimerini, the Russian diplomat says that Moscow’s aim is not to overthrow […]


It is true that a gloom has descended on the holiday season again this winter, with a large part of the population continuing to be wary and mindful of the virus’ effects, particularly as it seems inevitable that the Omicron variant will take over by mid-January.