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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


LastPoint.gr – Dec. 19, 2019 Recent developments in the Mediterranean bring to the fore the planned visit of the US Secretary of State to Athens last October to meet with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and the new Greek Foreign Minister, so it is useful to clear some points. This visit […]

The secret aspects of Pompeo’s visit to Athens



Huffington Post Greece – Apr. 5, 2019 After a difficult election day, the preliminary results of the Turkish municipal elections began to confirm what was expected from recent polls, that the Justice and Development Party is no longer the choice of Turkish voters. Despite this picture, the loss of Istanbul […]

Pragmatism or risk? Erdoğan’s choices after local elections




Huffington Post Greece – Mar. 20, 2019 With the launch of underwater exploration in the Eastern Mediterranean, Israel was one of the first countries to discover a number of rich natural gas fields. Gradually, other countries overlooking the Mediterranean began to intensify similar research. Thus, the region caught the eyes […]

Eastmed: Dream or Reality?



Huffington Post Greece – Nov. 21, 2018 Many analysts, researchers and journalists, observers and stakeholders in the sensitive Balkan region are still living in a plot of conspiracy through articles or research about it. However, reality must be treated with neutrality, away from emotions and nationalism. This area was the […]

The Balkans under the microscope



Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Oct. 01, 2018, issue 9322, p. 21 The observer of political affairs must stay out of emotions so as to be able to see the full picture of the political climate and the conventions associated with it. This does not in any way mean that the researcher […]

The mist in Sochi covers Idlib


Huffington Post Greece – Sep. 03, 2018 In a recent article in the New York Times titled “In Syria, an ugly peace is better than more war”, former US President Jimmy Carter talks about the need to change Washington’s strategy in the Syrian crisis and opening up to the Assad […]

In response to Jimmy Carter … the Syrian revolution continues


Huffington Post Greece – Aug. 08, 2018 American-Turkish relations have clearly deteriorated recently due to the imprisonment of the American pastor in Turkey. The problem began since Donald Trump took over the leadership of the White House and called upon the release of the pastor at his first meeting with […]

Where are American-Turkish relations going?


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – July 09, 2018 The second meeting of US President Trump with his Russian counterpart is expected in Helsinki, after that on the sidelines of the G20 summit in the summer of 2017, described as positive by both parties, during which the various crises mainly in Syria and Ukraine […]

The Helsinki summit puts the Syrian rebels at a crossroads