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Lastpoint.gr – Feb. 01, 2020 The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a few days ago the appointment of Ms. Tasia Athanassiou as a special envoy for Syria. Ms. Athanassiou held the position of Ambassador of Greece to the Syrian capital Damascus until 2012, when the Samaras government decided to […]

Athens: The back door for the butcher of Damascus


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Mar. 18, 2020, issue 9847, p. 21 In a dark night for the Turkish people and Turkish government with the arrival of the wounded and dead of the Turkish army as a result of their direct targeting by Assad militias in the countryside of Idlib, initial reports […]

On both banks of the Evros River, the interests of ...



Huffington Post Greece – Dec. 21, 2019 I can say with certainty that the real time for the signing of the Libyan-Turkish Memorandum of Understanding between Erdoğan and Sarraj was at their meeting after the NATO summit in London and not before that. And it was the result of the […]

Greek recklessness against Turkish piracy


Huffington Post Greece – Dec. 09, 2019 In less than a year, Turkish President Erdoğan hosted for the second time Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Accord, Fayez al Sarraj, in an attempt to give greater legitimacy to the Tripoli government under the shadow of a civil war […]

The conflict between wolves and sheep on the Mediterranean coast


Huffington Post Greece – Nov. 30, 2019 Europe is experiencing a difficult transition period internally and externally, which can foreshadow many evils. The far right is clearly on the rise and has already begun to influence the political scene in some European countries, such as Denmark and Austria, and is […]

Failures of EU foreign policy and its impact on the ...




Huffington Post Greece – June 11, 2018 Since the first year of assuming power by the new French President Emmanuel Macron, we have seen great progress and revitalization in Paris’ traditional policy. The young president is trying hard to bring France back to the forefront of international politics from the […]

Macron’s new strategy in the international arena



Paraskinio – Feb. 10, 2018, issue 617, p. 39 As the Turkish presidential elections are approaching, it is important to monitor the evolution of internal, regional and international developments that affect Turkey. It seems that this time the election will not be a walk for Erdoğan and his party. Initially, […]

The battle for the upcoming Turkish elections will not be ...


Originally published in the Greek weekly newspaper “Paraskinio”, issue 614, p. 39, on Jan. 20 The ocean corridors, dominated by the US after the Second World War and the end of the Cold War, have been and are still one of the main causes of wars and influence among international […]

The conflict on the maritime corridors between the Mediterranean and ...