Greek ethnic nationalism and the Yugoslav Wars: an interview with award-winning journalist and author, Takis Michas

PODCAST CN: this podcast episode contains discussion of genocide and xenophobia Before 8,372 Muslim men and boys were murdered in the Srebrenica genocide of July 1995, it was the blue-white Hellenic flag that was raised alongside the Serbian ensign in the defeated Muslim enclave. No Greek writer has done more to uncover the dark and … Continue reading Greek ethnic nationalism and the Yugoslav Wars: an interview with award-winning journalist and author, Takis Michas

Cyprus, Turkey and Greece: the EU’s biggest headache

OPINION At the height of the Classical Era, the Mediterranean Sea was dubbed a ‘Greek lake’, as the mighty Greek naval vessels roamed the valuable commercial routes of the known world back then. Testament to this are the numerous Greek colonies-cities dotted on the Mediterranean shores, which eventually grew to become Europe’s most important port … Continue reading Cyprus, Turkey and Greece: the EU’s biggest headache