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When Turkey Destroyed Its Christians

19/5/19 | 1 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 107 εμφανίσεις

By Benny Morris and  Dror Ze’evi May 17, 2019 12:18 p.m. ET WALL STREET JOURNAL From 1894 to 1924, a staggered campaign of genocide targeted not just the region’s Armenians but its Greek and Assyrian communities as well​ Between 1894 and 1924, the number of Christians in Asia Minor fell from some 3-4 million to…

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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF ARISTOTELIAN UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI. RESOLUTION OF THE AUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FOR THE 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE GENOCIDE OF THE GREEKS OF PONTUS AND ASIA MINOR AND THE CHRISTIAN PEOPLE OF THE EAST

18/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 26 εμφανίσεις

With this resolution, the AUTH Alumni Association would like to support the valiant efforts of Pontian Hellenism to raise international awareness of the Genocide of the Greeks Pontus. This year marks the 100 anniversary of the tragedy. Genocide, a term which has been severely abused in Greece due to ideological and political exploitation, is a…

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THE SECOND DRONE AGE

17/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 12 εμφανίσεις

theintercept.com How Turkey Defied the U.S. and Became a Killer Drone Power Photo illustration: Soohee Cho/The Intercept, Getty Images Umar Farooq May 14 2019, 1:00 p.m. FINDING ONESELF IN the crosshairs of a military drone is, for most people, not the most comforting situation. Yet at an air show last fall, tens of thousands of people had…

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Comment les classes moyennes ont été écrasées depuis 30 ans

17/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 3 εμφανίσεις

 Dans un rapport édifiant, l’OCDE décrypte le rétrécissement et la fragilisation des classes moyennes dans les pays développés. Un facteur d’instabilité politique. C’est un rapport sur l’écrasement des classes moyennes qui va particulièrement résonner en France, dans un contexte marqué par le mouvement des Gilets jaunes, interprété comme l’expression d’un ras-le-bol de la classe moyenne inférieure. Mercredi,…

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Classes moyennes inférieures : le travail ne paie pas assez

17/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 4 εμφανίσεις

Selon une étude, une hausse de revenu de 100 euros des personnes proches du smic est amputée de 40 à 50 euros en moyenne par le système socio-fiscal La fiscalité française et le système de redistribution français peuvent-ils expliquer la colère des classes moyennes inférieures, qui se plaignent, selon de nombreux témoignages, que le travail ne paie…

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Don’t blame Turkey if the East Med gas party is over

16/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 66 εμφανίσεις

MERVE ŞEBNEM ORUÇ@mervesebnem Daily Sabah Published13.05.201922:28 Updated14.05.201912:13 Turkey’s first drillship Fatih began drilling a second well in the Eastern Mediterranean on May 3, 2019. Turkey’s presence in the Eastern Mediterranean is both geographically and strategically vital, having the potential to change the international and regional asymmetric energy relations Energy has always had a big part…

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WWF Greece Joins Drive to Stop Ionian Sea Drilling, Appeals to Tsipras

16/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 11 εμφανίσεις

By TNH Staff May 15, 2019 (Photo Facebook/ΣΩΣΤΕ ΤΗΝ ΗΠΕΙΡΟ – ΟΧΙ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΞΟΡΥΞΗ ΥΔΡΟΓΟΝΑΝΘΡΑΚΩΝ) ATHENS – With energy a new catalyst for potentially lucrative revenues, WWF Greece called on Prime Minister and Radical Left SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras not to proceed with planned hydrocarbon exploration in the Ionian Sea, a joint entreaty with 100 scientists….

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Turkey-Cyprus Tensions Escalate With Naval Exercise

16/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 4 εμφανίσεις

May 15, 2019 2:10 PM Dorian Jones VOM FILE – Turkish Navy frigate Gaziantep escorts drilling vessel Fatih off the Mediterranean resort city of Antalya, Turkey, Oct. 30, 2018.  ISTANBUL — In a move expected to ratchet up tensions, Turkey is holding a major naval exercise amidst an escalating row over energy exploration rights in Cyprus….

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A word of advice to Alexis Tsipras on the Eastern Mediterranean

16/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 50 εμφανίσεις

YAHYA BOSTAN@yahyabostan Published12.05.201922:53 Daily Sabah Updated13.05.201900:06 Tensions are running high around Cyprus due to a dispute over energy resources. There is reportedly enough natural gas around the island to meet Turkey’s demand for 572 years and European need for nearly two centuries. Greece and the Greek Cypriots are on one side of the dispute, and…

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How Turkey Defied the U.S. and Became a Killer Drone Power

15/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 18 εμφανίσεις

Umar Farooq FINDING ONESELF IN the crosshairs of a military drone is, for most people, not the most comforting situation. Yet at an air show last fall, tens of thousands of people had a different reaction. A military drone took off from a runway, and moments later it began transmitting its view to a giant screen…

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Canada Moves to Ban Christians From Demonstrating in Public Under New Anti-Hate Proposal

15/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 11 εμφανίσεις

The Canadian province of Ontario is considering legislation that would officially criminalize Christianity.  May 11, 2019 By Shane Trejo Legislation proposed in the Canadian province of Ontario would criminalize public displays by Christians deemed hateful to Muslims, the LGBT community and other victim groups designated by the left. The bill, “Prohibiting Hate-Promoting Demonstrations at Queen’s…

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Greece Urged to Protect Hellenic Trench from Seismic Blasts

14/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 24 εμφανίσεις

May 13, 2019 Francine Kershaw  One hundred scientists and scientific, conservation, and campaign organizations, including NRDC, have called on the Prime Minister of Greece for immediate and full protection of the Hellenic Trench from offshore hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation. You can read the full declaration here. In recent years, a marine area in the Ionian and Cretan…

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The US, Iran and a New American Deployment

7/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 18 εμφανίσεις

By George Friedman Geopolitical Future Iran’s influence has spread across the Middle East, and the U.S. is pushing back. May 7, 2019 The United States has announced that it is deploying a carrier battle group and a bomber group to the Middle East. The reason given is that U.S. intelligence has detected an Iranian threat…

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The $100 trillion question: What to do about wealth?

7/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 13 εμφανίσεις

By Robert J. Samuelson  Columnist The Washington Post May 5 at 6:59 PM We live in an age obsessed with economic inequality. There is too much of it, most people seem to agree. After President Trump — his personality, behavior and policies — inequality may well become the dominant issue in the 2020 election. This poses…

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Erdogan plays victim says Greek genocide scholar Meichanetsidis

6/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 35 εμφανίσεις

Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian , Thursday 2 May 2019 ahramon line Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Photo: AP) In his speech Saturday, at the 28th Consultation and Evaluation Meeting of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Ankara, President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the “events of 1915 and the Armenians’ claims” of being subjected to…

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Giannis Antetokounmpo Is the Pride of a Greece That Shunned Him

5/5/19 | 0 σχόλια | 0 απαντήσεις | 74 εμφανίσεις

The New York Times As the son of African immigrants, Antetokounmpo was unwelcome in Athens. Then he showed promise as a basketball star. CreditCreditEirini Vourloumis for The New York Times By Peter S. Goodman May 3, 2019  ATHENS — He is known as the Greek Freak, a basketball player of such transcendent ability that he has…

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