On July 11, Greece said it would expel two Russian diplomats and barred the entry of two others.
While cordial relations remain, allegations suggest that some Greek authorities are taken in by European perception of Russia as a threat
Is Greece to be the dumping ground of Europe?
Europe is finding its points of contention at a time when it needs unity
The EU is under a lot of strain
The realities of Greece's "exit from the crisis" and the EU's attitudes towards Southern Europe were covered in today's interview.
Like 20 percent of Greeks, Iliodoros and Ioanna Filios cannot find work in the country's austerity-ravaged economy.
Thousands fill the streets of Athens to protest further austerity measures
The people are widely in support of striking as they reject the idea of increased austerity.
Shades of Greece as Italy’s pro-EU President has set a democratic election aside by preventing anti-EU parties from forming a government.
NATO expansion is one thing that we can all live without.
Strategically important for Russia, it could be financially significant for Greece
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Over 3,000 residents of the island of Lesvos, which has been inundated with migrants, protested the current state of the island during the recent visit of...
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88-year old ex-coast guard officer who defended his home from robbers now faces more charges than the robbers themselves.
Stoltenberg says Greece-Turkey tensions: "Not an issue for NATO"
New poll shows that Greeks are united on the Macedonia name dispute.
A major victory for Hellenism, as an attempt by so-called "Macedonians" to trademark the Vergina Sun in Australia is denied by the country's intellectual property authorities.
Greece's national water polo team defeated Russia 9-8 in the LEN Europa Cup championship game, winning its first medal since 2012.
Athens residents recently demonstrated against the abandonment of a major Athenian park, the Pedion tou Areos, that has become a drug haven.
Hellenic Insider editor Michael Nevradakis spoke to Radio Sputnik's Fault Lines on the possible reasons why Greece and Cyprus have not expelled Russian diplomats.
This is the end result of the SYRIZA-led government's purported efforts to "clean up" Greek football and "root out corruption," while defending gun-toting oligarch Ivan Savvidis.
Erdogan refuses to back down from threatening Greek islands and Cypriot interests - What kind of EU or NATO partner nation is this?
The same government which claims it is fighting corruption and "doing away with the old system," continues patronage appointments.
A favorite of globalists the world over, The Guardian has never come across "crisis pornography" it disapproves of when it comes to Greece.
Petros Konstantinou is an Athens city councilman who heads a major "anti-racist" organization, while little is publicly known about his background.
Despite his anti-austerity facade, Varoufakis' Eurogroup deal in February 2015 led Greece into the third memorandum agreement.
Two Greek soldiers captured by Turkey continue to be held in a maximum security prison pending trial, face five years in prison.
Turkey faces a choice: align with Russia or stick with NATO. What are the implications for Greece, Cyprus, and the geopolitical map of the region?
Did you know Crimea has an ancient Hellenic legacy, directly related to the establishment of the brotherhood between Russia and Greece?
Internationally touted as an anti-austerity renegade, Varoufakis' actions contradict his rhetoric and his radical image.
Celebrity economist Yanis Varoufakis launches new political party in Greece, professes to be more pro-EU than the EU itself.
The disbursement of €5.7 billion is imminent, while the remaining €1 billion will be released after the settlement of overdue debts
"The bottom of the Aegean Sea is full of their grandparents” Erdogan's ally stated, referencing Greeks killed in Smyrna.