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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

Armyvoice.gr – Dec. 09 , 2019 In a large US operation that included eight helicopters, two F-16 planes and Delta Force unit, Washington was able to kill Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of the Islamic State, who was the most attentive of all the former team leaders, most importantly the […]

Middle East: Two scenarios after the assassination of al-Baghdadi

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 – 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 ...

Armyvoice.gr – Nov. 27  , 2019 In the biggest Israeli air strike inside Syria this year, the Israeli air force targeted, according to my information, several facilities of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (Quds Force) as well as Assad regime positions in the wider Damascus province and the countryside of Damascus […]

The new wave of Israeli attacks in southern Syria explained

LastPoint.gr – Sept. 10, 2019 The Iranian tanker Adrian Darya 1 – formerly Grace 1 – which so shook the Greek government, is approaching the Syrian coast these days. I recall that on June 4 the Gibraltar authorities held the Iranian tanker for about 45 days, when it was allowed to […]

The Iranian tanker and the route to Kalamata

LastPoint.gr – Sept. 06, 2019 Last Saturday, about 15 boats carrying more than 500 refugees from the Turkish coast, mainly Syrians, arrived in Lesvos suddenly and unexpectedly. This event met with the immediate reaction of the Greek government, first of all to the Turkish ambassador to Athens, condemning it and […]

The battle of Idlib on the Greek coast