FT: Worrying Predictions for Eurozone Living Standards

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

CNBC Predicts Early Greek Elections During 2014

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...

On Loving a Turk… and our Hypothetical Inter-cultural Child

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...

Greek NBA Rookie Dunks on L.A. Lakers

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...

Greek Archbishop of America: ‘Hagia Sophia Must Not Become a Mosque’

  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...

Lessons from the Shutdown and the Importance of Goal-driven Asset Allocation

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

Calamos Viewpoints: “Light At the End of the Tunnel in Washington?”

*By Gary Black/Calamos Wealth Management The Republicans continue to lose ground in the public opinion polls as the federal government shutdown drags on. As...

Why Greece Is Not Weimar

The New York Times published an article on the political storm of violent extremism that has descended on Greece, after the murder of anti-fascist...

Opinion: “Social Gathering” the Meeting in Washington

The effort that various analysts are making in order to present Samaras’ visit to the White House as a step that will bring a...
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John Calamos: “Lessons from Greece”

By John P. Calamos, Sr. I have long believed opportunities exist in all market environments. Progress seldom occurs linearly, and there are always hurdles to overcome....

Crisis May Push Cyprus Toward Turkey

Beginning what could prove to be a long financial crisis, Cyprus may yet have to hope it finds lucrative gas reserves off its coast,...
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Black History Month and the Greeks

It’s February, Black History Month, and after reading an op-ed by Washington-based lawyer and political activist Andreas Akaras (“When Philotimo Stood with African-Americans), in...

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