Dialogue – 7 Sep, 2009
Thomas Andronas draws on his personal experience to question notions of personal responsibility amongst young people.
John Psaropoulos was not surprised that Costa Karamanlis has called the snap poll in October.
Dialogue – 1 Sep, 2009
Elias Eracleous comes out in support of the independent efforts to promote Justice for Cyprus outside of the traditional community institutions.
The discovery that his passport had been misplaced allowed Fotis to discover the pleasures of a dealing with Australia’s bureaucracy.
Dialogue – 24 Aug, 2009
Gene Rossides argues that there are major inconsistencies in the Turkish positions on the Kurds and Turkish Cypriots, which are being compounded by US inaction
Chris Fotinopoulos asks where are all the wog stories on the ABC television program ‘Australian Story.’
Dialogue – 18 Aug, 2009
Dr Nick Economou assesses the level of risk the Rudd Government faces if it calls a double dissolution election.
Nicolas Mottas argues that Greece needs to shape a new strategy in its relations with neighbouring Turkey.
Dialogue – 10 Aug, 2009
Jeana Vithoulkas muses on the Anglo-Celtic propensity to get plastered and act like an idiot.
Dialogue – 4 Aug, 2009
Theo Giantsos makes the case in support of gay marriages.