• Zorba the Greek By Nikos Kazantzakis (Book Review)

    Zorba the GreekBy Nikos Kazantzakis, Translated by Peter BienSimon & Schuster, 368 pp., December 2014, 978-1476782812Paperback (Amazon) | Paperback (Bookshop) | Audiobook Nikos Kazantzakis classified Alexis Zorba, along with three other individuals, as the only ones who “did engrave their traces most deeply upon [his] soul”. The others are: Homer, Bergson, and Nietzsche. The novel […]

  • How Iran Went Through 3 Coups in 28 Years

    Iran’s opposition to foreign powers interfering in its domestic affairs reflect its historical urge for sovereignty, it stems from the fact that a nation, with such a rich history and culture, a nation that had been invaded and exploited by the Russian and by the British during the last two centuries, needs and deserves a […]