By Marios Leonida Evriviades What happened to Cyprus in the early hours of March 25 and in the lead up meeting of March 15 in Brussels, the headquarters of the European Union, was qualitatively no different than what happened to Czechoslovakia on September 29 1938 in Munich of Nazi-controlled Germany.
By Justine Frangouli-Argyris feel shame, disgust and horror for what happened in New Manolada, Greece this week. I feel I must apologize for the Greek monsters who blindly opened fire, injuring a host of migrant strawberry pickers from Pakistan and Bangladesh who had been left unpaid for months and returned to demand their dues. Instead […]
This morning the President, joined by Vice President Biden, convened a briefing in the Oval Office with his national security team on the ongoing investigation into the explosions in Boston.
To the Reverend Clergy and Faithful Stewards of the Metropolis of Boston Brethren, We are all shocked with today’s terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon. Once again, evil reared its ugly head and countless of our fellow citizens have been victimized. Our prayers and thoughts are with the victims and their families, as well as […]
By Justine Frangouli-Argyris The never-ending torment that the Greek people continue to experience, a full three years after the government’s bailout loan agreement with the IMF, ECB and EC triumvirate (2010), has brought the nation to a breaking point. With the “troika” descending quarterly on Athens to review the government’s progress on reducing the budget […]
By Daniel Pipes I was appalled to learn a week ago that the Israeli prime minister had apologized to his Turkish counterpart for his government’s actions during the Mavi Marmara incident, seeing this as feeding the Turkish government’s inflated sense of grandeur and power.
By Justine Frangouli-Argyris The Greek Foreign Minister, Dimitris Avramopoulos, arrived in Ottawa on an official two-day visit last week where he held talks with his Canadian counterpart, John Baird. Amidst a climate of mutual respect and friendship, the officials emphasized the historic ties that bond the two nations and pointed to the fact that 2012 […]
By Justine Frangouli-Argyris Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem’s comments after a painstaking, last-minute bailout deal for Cyprus was reached in the wee hours of Monday morning sent shivers through global financial markets. The recently appointed president of the influential Eurogroup, responding to questions from Reuters’ and the Financial Times‘ correspondents, praised the plan as a […]
By Efraim InbarThe Jerusalem Post Israel’s apology to Turkey for “operational errors” in the Mavi Marmara incident is a diplomatic mistake both in terms of substance and timing. It’s hard to understand or justify Israel’s weekend apology to Turkey. While the use of Israeli force in the Mavi Marmara “flotilla” incident was not very elegant, […]