EU elections: UK looks on from the “outside”

    By Lord Richard Balfe, a former British MEP* There is something fundamentally depressing about the forthcoming Euro elections. The first that the UK will not be involved with. Yet in a way we will be involved because the outcome will shape our relations with each other. The EU Commission has recently outlined a youth mobility […]

    The Geopolitical Importance of the Taiwan Strait

    By Dr. Panagiotis Sfaelos∗ The Taiwan Strait is of immense geopolitical importance as it is strategically located between the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan affecting international shipping and world trade in the Pacific Ocean. It is a point of friction between China and Taiwan. The People’s Republic of China considers Taiwan as part of […]

    Hiroshima Song Echoes The Message Of Peace

    Edit By Vassilios Nicolaos Vitsilogiannis (IG: @vassiliosvitsilogiannis)   In 1986, the composer Giannis Kikos saw a film about Hiroshima and was inspired to write the song. In his mind, he had a beautiful voice in mind to perform it. When he heard Despina Tsolaki in Edessa a few years ago, he said, “This voice is […]

    Pastry Chef Kyriaki Andreadi: Crafting Culinary Magic in Polygyros Chalkidiki

      Article by Vassilios Nicolaos Vitsilogiannis (IG: @vassiliosvitsilogiannis)   In the picturesque town of Polygyros in Chalkidiki, Greece, lies the delightful pastry store of Kyriaki Andreadi. With a passion for crafting high-quality pastries, Kyriaki has become a culinary sensation in the region, renowned for her exceptional talent and creativity with ingredients. Kyriaki Andreadi’s a la […]

    Towards a third Intifada?

    By Athanasios Papadopoulos, Analyst KEDISA In early July 2023, Israel conducted a significant aerial and ground onslaught into the occupied West Bank city of Jenin, its largest military operation in 20 years. Twelve Palestinians were killed while over 50 were injured in the offensive that began on July 3rd. Drone strikes were launched and a […]