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AHIF is pleased to bring the 2012-2013 Issue of the AHIF Online Policy Journal
January 24, 2013—No. 3 (202) 785-8430

AHIF is pleased to bring the 2012-2013 Issue of the AHIF Online
Policy Journal

WASHINGTON, DC —The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) announces the third volume release of its Winter 2012-13 Online Policy Journal.

“Our policy journal offers an annual review of political issues challenging Greece, Cyprus, and Greek America.” said Dan Georgakas, editor of the Online Policy journal and Director of the Greek American Studies Project, Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Queens College (CUNY). “Some of our essays have a near-term focus while others offer longer-term perspectives. Still others take on broader, cultural issues. We are particularly pleased that this issue features a number of essays written by younger Greek Americans just now becoming politically engaged.”

In addition to the Foreword by Mr. Georgakas, the AHIF Online Policy Journal provides expert commentary and analysis. Here is a list of the articles.

  • The Eastern Mediterranean: The Times They Are A-Changing.  By Charles J. Mouratides
  • Joint Declaration.
  • The Advantages of Picking Low-Hanging Political Fruit. By Patrick Theros
  • Why Macedonia Matters. By Dr. Panayiotis Diamadis
  • The Parthenon Sculptures: The Cause for Reunification. By John Papaspanos
  • Emerging Voices of Greek America. By Alexos Angelo, Corinne Candilis, Andrew M. Pernokas, Anna Tsiotsia, and Aletha Vassilakis
  • Socrates NOW: Bringing It All Home. By Vicki James Yiannias
  • Book ReviewThe Genocide of the Ottoman Greeks edited by Tessa Hoffman, Matthias Bjornlund, and Vasileios Meichanetsidis. Reviewed by Dr. Constantine G. Hatzidimitriou

The American Hellenic Institute is a non-profit Greek American public policy center that works to strengthen relations between the United States and Greece and Cyprus, and within the Greek American community.


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