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As the struggle continues

During my recent ten day visit to Cyprus, I had the opportunity to go to the northern part of my island country, currently under Turkish occupation.

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Identity in a globalised world

Jeana Vithoulkas looks at identity in today’s world and how we identify ourselves when overseas.

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Samos: The Independent Isle 1832-1912

In this week’s diatribe, Dean Kalimniou looks at Samos.

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Qantas changes the game: Abbott may be in trouble

Dr Nick Economou discusses the fall-out of the Qantas grounding and explores who has suffered the most – Tony Abbott or Qantas

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Habemus Papa (Demum) – we have a ‘popular’ pope

Vrasidas Karalis gives his opinion on the current crisis in Greece.

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Debt, distress and Themistocles

Independent writer Joanne Lock looks at the current crisis in Greece and asks what would Themistocles do?

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Diversity or die

I’m certain that I’m in good company when I say that Alex Dimitriades’s performance in the television drama, The Slap, is nothing short of superb.

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Ellinopatheia

PART 2: That English is deemed to be the primary language of the latter generations and the corollary redundancy of Modern Greek can be evidenced by the following instructive anecd

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Soul Mates

“Mortals call him fluttering love,
But the immortals call him winged one,
Because the growing of wings is a necessity to him.”
Plato, Phaedrus.

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Ellinopatheia

In part one, Dean Kalimniou looks at the Greek culture, identity and language through the eyes of the next generation.