There’s good reason to worry about Egypt

Ask almost any European official specializing in security matters what keeps them up at night, and they’ll probably answer “Egypt.” The crisis in the Middle East is most certainly threatening the stability of what is the most important country in the Arab world right now and everyone knows that if Egypt falls, the crisis this would spark would reverberate far beyond Greece or Italy, all the way across Europe.

PM to attend Ukraine summit on Monday

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be attending a meeting of European leaders and government representatives in Paris on Monday to discuss Ukraine, his office said.

Anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine

Two years have elapsed since the Russian Federation invaded Ukraine, on February 24, 2022, inflicting inconceivable suffering on the country’s people.

Straight talk

The people in Greece who have supported Israel through the years were not many. Especially during the time of the pro-Arab wave in the 1980s, it was extremely unpopular.

We stand firm in our support for Ukraine

Heading into another winter of Russia’s full-scale war of aggression, we stand firm in our commitment to long-term political, financial and military support to Ukraine.

Middle East dangers multiply

The Middle East is even more dangerous today than it was a few weeks ago. The war between Israel and Hamas has become a war of survival both for Israel and the Palestinians.

Unearthed documents about the first act of the Greek Civil War

“History is never a closed book or a final verdict. It is forever in the making… The great strength of history in a free society is its capacity for self-correction.” (Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr, “Folly’s Antidote,” editorial in The New York Times, January 1, 2007)