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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...

Crimea

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Those in the West that shed their tears galore about Russia’s invasion in the Crimea, must cut the fanfare because they are as bad...

Archbishop Iakovos with Dr. Martin Luther King

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February is Black History Month and paying tribute to this very special group of Americans should not be just an opportunity to sympathize, get...

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*By George Asimakis - Ronald Reagan once correctly said that the United States is the only country where an immigrant can feel accepted - truly...

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US Secretary of State, John Kerry, expressed the support of the U.S. government and its solidarity with the Greek people, during a meeting on...

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On Wednesday, there will be a “Greek” night held in the NBA, referring to the encounter between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Memphis Grizzlies,...

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The Financial Times published an article revealing a startling prediction that was made by the European Commission. According to the author of the article,...

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American news agency CNBC has stated that the Greek government, after a barrage of draconian measures imposed on the private sector, is turning on the...

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A Greek-American tells her story of finding love in translation and choosing not to take sides in a Greek-Turkish relationship. By Vera Karamanlidis For the past...

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On April 28, 2013, it was announced that Greek basketball player Giannis Antetokounmpo was officially entering his name into the 2013 NBA draft as an...

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  Archbishop of America, Demetrios, expressed his deep concern over the statements of turning Hagia Sophia of Istanbul into a Muslim mosque. In a related announcement...

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John P. Calamos By John P. Calamos* - The most recent U.S. debt ceiling debates and government shutdown have reminded us that uncertainty is unavoidable...