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Originally published in the Greek weekly newspaper “Paraskinio”, issue 586, p. 47, on July 8, 2017 Since yesterday, the summit of the 20 richest countries in the world is under way in Hamburg, under the shadow of protests against foreign leaders organized by left-wing German parties. This summit is in […]

G20 Summit: Progress or deadlocks?


Originally published in the Greek weekly newspaper “Paraskinio”, issue 585, p. 50 on July 1, 2017  A new round of negotiations was launched in the middle of the week to resolve the Cyprus crisis. However, the leaks behind the closed doors confirm that there is no progress in the negotiations […]

The solution of the Cyprus issue in the spiral of ...


Originally published in the Greek newspaper “Paraskinio”, issue 584, p. 57 on June 24, 2017 Iraqi Kurdish administration announced last week a referendum on September 25th to sever the northern part of the country, rebuild the border of the region and form the Iraqi Kurdish state. This announcement was received […]

Kurdish state between dream and reality



Originally published in Greek language in Huffington Post Greece on May 24, 2017 The ghost of fear of terrorist attacks has long dominated the atmosphere of Europe as a whole. The atmosphere has intensified even more over the last two years since the emergence of the ISIS terrorist organization and the […]

Terrorist attacks by ISIS: Methodology and feasibility



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




Sofokleousin.gr – June 11, 2016 While the US continues to live in a state of unstable security, after the Dallas events that killed more than five police officers, chaos was transferred to the states of Tennessee and Texas. The reaction of American media that did not cover these events in […]

The US and the strategy of “Creative Chaos”