Helene Glykatzi-Ahrweiler: The left is a way of life

She takes my call at her home in Paris. It's the first time she's ever agreed to a telephone interview, making an exception for Kathimerini. She cuts me off as I thank her: "Forget the thank-yous. We have a lot to talk about." Helene Glykatzi-Ahrweiler, 92, is a great Greek, a great woman and a great academic.

Mike Pompeo likely to join Greece-Cyprus-Israel summit, says US envoy

A day after energy giant ExxonMobil announced it had discovered a natural gas reservoir in Cyprus's Block 10, US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt said US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is likely to participate in the next trilateral summit between Greece, Cyprus and Israel which will be held in March in Israel.

Security, migration, Europe and Greece's prospects on agenda at Delphi Economic Forum

National and cyber security, European policy on migration and asylum, the future of Greece and Portugal after their bailouts, the risks to European unity regional governance, baking in Europe and the balance of power in the Middle East are among the many interesting topics that are being addressed on Day 2 of the Delphi Economic Forum running through Sunday near the ancient sanctuary on Mount P

Robert Kaplan: ‘All the worst scenarios were averted’ during crisis

Speaking to Kathimerini ahead of his arrival in the country for the Delphi Economic Forum - which started on Thursday and ends on Sunday - Robert Kaplan does not hide his admiration for the resilience of democracy in Greece in the face of great pressure during the crisis.