AHEPA president spells out support for Greece

In 2021, the annual conference of the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA), which will be attended by thousands of members, will take place in Athens instead of the United States, as part of its support for the recovery of the Greek economy and the promotion of a positive narrative for the country in the wake of the 10-year crisis.

Vote and homecoming

Some are deliberately creating the impression that the introduction of postal voting for Greeks abroad is an attempt to distort the electorate with expats who have been cut off from the body politic.

Exhibition on rare Trebizond Alexander Romance manuscript opens in Thessaloniki

A rare medieval illuminated manuscript on the life and works of Alexander the Great, Codex 5 of the Venice Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and post-Byzantine Studies, has been unveiled in digital form to the public for the first time, in an exhibition organised as part of the 84th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF).

Turkey’s state policy

A total of 18 mock dogfights were recorded between Greek and Turkish fighter jets in just a single day on August 27. This is a very high number, even by the standards of Aegean airspace, where borders can't be signposted (a reality that we need to acknowledge if we wish to deal with it).