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Easter Lenten Services in Russia During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By: Catherine Tsounis, contributing editor Faith in their Russian Orthodox faith is giving strength to the Russian middle class, the backbone of the nation. My...

Περί μεταναστών και άλλων τινών…

ΤΑΞΙΔΙ ΣΤΗ ΡΩΣΙΑ - 3 Περί μεταναστών και άλλων τινών…   Η Ρωσία είναι μια χώρα πολυπολιτισμική. Αν και οι αμιγώς σλαβικής καταγωγής Ρώσοι είναι η πλειοψηφία,...

Off the Beaten Trail: Demetrios in Russia

  By Catherine Tsounis My name is Demetrios so as Jews we can blend into Russian society,” said a friend of ours from Russia. He believed...

Questionable Role of NATO in the Post-Cold-War Era

By: Christos C. Evangeliou, Professor of Philosophy Special to the Hellenic News of America   As a military alliance, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or NATO came...

The Middle East, Russia, and Implications for Greece by Theodore G. Karakostas, Special to the Hellenic News of America

  The foreign policy of President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton toward the Middle East has been a disaster for...

Off the Beaten Trail: Constantine the Great’s Presence in Russia Today

By:  Catherine Tsounis, Ph.D.                 2016 would be different if a Roman General, Constantine, did not win a battle at the Milvian Bridge near Rome,...

TURKISH MILITARY BASES IN CYPRUS

Revolution of the Mind Series Andreas C Chrysafis   Outside the entrance of the Military Academy in Ankara a plaque displays for everyone to see the following...

Off the Beaten Trail: In Search of St. Nicholas in Russia

By Catherine Tsounis   Santa Claus is not from the North Pole. He is based on Nicholas, the Greek Orthodox Bishop of Myra, Lycia. This Greek/Byzantine...

Greece’s Place in the New Russian-NATO Cold War

October 19, 2015 By Daniel Gouré, Ph.D. Moscow’s recent aggressive actions have resulted in General Joseph Dunford declaring Russia the greatest security threat to the United...

What Was Theophanes of Constantinople’s Contribution to Early Russia?

By Catherine Tsounis During the Cold War, I was unable to visit Russia to discover my Byzantine heritage. The treasures of iconography and churches of...

BEWARE, Mr. Tsipras, BEWARE!

By Dean C. Lomis, Ph.D. The people of Hellas have spoken and they have given their trust to the rhetoric and promises of SYRIZA, wondering...

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