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Paraskinio – issue 571, p. 13, Mar. 25, 2017 One of the most complex issues that every US government is concerned with is the Middle East. With the arrival of Donald Trump in the White House, the American leadership began to talk about a radical change in dealing with Middle […]

The US is revising its policy in the Middle East

Paraskinio – issue 570, p. 52, Mar. 18, 2017 The tension between Turkey and the EU has recently escalated, especially after some European countries, especially the Netherlands, Germany and France, have banned Turkish ruling party representatives from making speeches on their territory to support the April 16th referendum. These actions, […]

Three reasons for the tension between EU and Turkey

Paraskinio – issue 569, p. 53, Mar. 11, 2017 The Greek-Turkish tension in the Aegean sea has intensified the rhetoric of the officials of the two countries, but in fact those who add fuel to the fire are the Turks. In almost all of his speeches, Turkish President Recep Tayyip […]

Greece – Turkey in the razor’s cut

The European Union of Women – Hellenic section (EUW – Hellas) organized its first formal event of March 3, 2017, at the Old Parliament Hall, on ‘Women in the Labor Market: Utilizing the female talent.’ The main speaker was the MEP and former Commissioner of the European Commission Vivian Reding. […]

“Women in the Labor Market”