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LastPoint.gr – May 30, 2018 In the recent clashes in Gaza, the most violent after the 2013 war and counting over 75 dead and 2,000 injured, tens of thousands of residents who tried to bypass the dividing line with Israel, were confronted with the Israeli army’s bullets. Many may wonder […]

Gaza: Between siege and fire


LastPoint.gr – Apr. 15, 2018 Bashar al-Assad took over power in Syria after his father’s death, when the constitution was modified so he could become president as he did not meet the age limit. Assad tried to improve the international image of the Syrian regime with superficial changes, such as […]

What we must know about the Syrian revolution


Originally published in LastPoint.gr on September 25, 2017 Following SYRIZA’s expected victory in the 2015 elections, great concern among Greek observers has arisen because of his election promises. The country had begun to breathe and rest on its feet under the rule of former Prime Minister Antonis Samaras. Thus, Alexis […]

Alexis Tsipras in Wonderland


Originally published in LastPoint.gr on 30/08/2017 An Israeli intelligence report was published recently, on the monitoring by an Israeli Defense Ministry satellite on a military establishment in the northwest of Syria. The facility is similar to Iran’s ballistic missile manufacturing facility near Tehran. As a Western source assured me, Israel […]

Iran: The largest Satan with international support



Originally published in LastPoint.gr on July 3, 2017 With the substantial formation of “cantons” on Syrian territory, especially after the weak cease-fire agreement in Astana between Russia, Turkey and Iran, the things between these countries have been complicated by the control of the territories owned by ISIS . Although Russia […]

The clash of influence forces on the Syrian soil



Originally published in LastPoint.gr on 01/03/2017 It seems that the Greek government eventually began to realize that the resolution of the country’s crisis can come from different paths than it has been up to now. This, at least, prove the recent steps it has made. As a first step, the […]

The importance of the Greek President’s visit to Saudi Arabia


Originally published in LastPoint.gr on 04/02/2017 On the 2nd of February, German Chancellor Angela Merkel made her first visit to Turkey after the failed coup last July. Immediately after arriving in Ankara, she met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. In their statements to the press, the two leaders reported […]

The background of Merkel – Erdoğan meeting