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Letter to President Obama

Letter to President Obama

Letter to President Obama President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President: On behalf of the nationwide membership of the American Hellenic Institute (AHI), we congratulate you on your historic inauguration. We wish you every success as you embark on your noble mission of leading our nation during this very difficult period. […]

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Turkey’s Dangerous Decline

As the wave of lawfare against Israel, post-Gaza war, intensifies, the Associated Press reported on Friday that “Turkish prosecutors said…they were investigating whether Israeli leaders should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity over the military offensive in the Gaza Strip…. the probe was opened after Mazlum-Der, an Islamic-oriented human rights organization in Turkey, filed an official complaint against Israeli leaders.” […]

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EU enlargement and Greek-Turkish relations in retrospective

By The long established framework of Greek-Turkish relations has been defined by divergent views on the motives of state international behavior and the means used to achieve national goals. Greek revised policy vis-à-vis Turkey has facilitated Ankara´s European orientation. For long, Athens had been the only evident hurdle in Turkey´s EU accession, although several partners had expressed their reservations. Eventually […]

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New Rare Document – Protest of Greeks Against Exarchy in Bitolia 1878

New Rare Document – Protest of Greeks Against Exarchy in Bitolia 1878

Around the same time as the Greek uprising against the Ottoman Turks in Macedonia, the Turks were signing a peace treaty (Treaty of San Stefano; March 3, 1878) with Russia after the Ottoman Empire lost the Russo-Turkish War. The Treaty of San Stefano forced Turkey to give all of Macedonia to Bulgaria and create ‘Great Bulgaria’. This allowed Russia to have […]

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Sir George Campbell, 1824-1892, The races, religions, and institutions of Turkey and the neighboring countries

Sir George Campbell, 1824-1892, The races, religions, and institutions of Turkey and the neighboring countries

The races, religions, and institutions of Turkey and the neighboring countries Campbell, George, Sir, 1824-1892. All races are mentioned except for “ethnic Macedonians”. Also Greeks are mentioned as residing in Macedonia, more evidence against some propagandist Macedonists who claim there were no Greeks in the region of Macedonia until after 1913. By Macedonia22

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Turkey in transition (1909) Abbott, G. F.

Turkey in transition (1909) Abbott, G. F.

Turkey in transition (1909) Abbott, G. F. No mention of “ethnic Macedonians” at all anywhere in this book, just Bulgarians. By Macedonia22

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Turkey and the Eastern question ([1913]) Macdonald, John, M. A

Turkey and the Eastern question ([1913]) Macdonald, John, M. A

Turkey and the Eastern question ([1913]) Macdonald, John, M. A By Macedonia22

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Peter Roberts – Immigrant races in North America – 1910