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American Hellenic Institute (AHI) President Nick Larigakis responds to a guest commentary authored by Mr. Mehmet Mustafaoglu that was published May 1, 2015 in...

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The American Hellenic Council (AHC) of California held its Annual Gala in Los Angeles honoring John Calamos, Eleni Tsakopoulos, Peter Economides and Gene Rossides on Saturday April 26, 2015.

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The Anatolian Genocide is an all encompassing term that not only includes the Armenians but the other victims of the Ottoman Turks reign of terror; the Greeks, Assyrians and Kurds.

Armenian Genocide

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By Vasilis Papoutsis* We spoke to California Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian for the upcoming commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The tragic event...

Why is Orthodox Easter different than Catholic

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As Catholics and most of the western world celebrate Easter today, we asked a Greek-Orthodox priest to explain why the Orthodox Church doesn't celebrate...

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No matter what our walk of life or chosen profession, we can apply the lessons and expertise we have gained to choosing a trusted wealth management advisor.

Dr. George Bartzokis

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Dr. George Bartzokis, a Greek-American neuroscientist who originated the theory that the degeneration of the brain’s myelin contributed to many developmental and degenerative diseases, died of pancreatic cancer on August 22.

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There’s been ongoing debate about where we are in the market and economic cycles. Growth has recovered some following stronger economic data, but still trails value year-to-date.

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Politics, the markets, and economic prosperity are intertwined. And in a global economy, the cause and effect relationships are also global because “capital goes to where it is treated best.”

Twice A Stranger

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“Twice a Stranger,” a documentary about the most significant forced population exchanges in the 20th century was recently presented by the Modern Greek Studies department at the University of Illinois.

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The global economy can maintain its slow recovery trajectory, supported by accommodative monetary policy and low inflation.The U.S. is in the middle innings of recovery, China is positioned for a soft landing, and conditions in the euro zone and U.K. are increasingly favorable.

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By John McClenahan/Calamos Investments In our most recent Global Economic Review and Outlook, we described 2014 as the year of the fundamental investor with macro...