Border furor highlights brittleness of Greek-Turkish relations
Turkey ramps up rhetoric, Greece strengthens presence at Evros border
Turkey continues Aegean jostling as Athens sends envoy to Syria, renews backing for Western Balkans
Amid lack of communication, overflights add to Greek-Turkish tension
Renewed concern over East Med as Turkey aims to resume drilling
Greece pinpoints flaws in Turkey's Aegean claims
New Democracy broadens attack on SYRIZA to include migration, national issues
After spending the first few days of this briefest of elections campaigns focussing on SYRIZA’s possible threat to Greece’s position in the euro, New Democracy now appears to be broadening the agenda of issues it is using to try to eat away at the leftists party’s lead.
This change in approach comes amid efforts from some officials in Brussels and Berlin to close the discussion about Grexit, which could leave Prime Minister Antonis Samaras isolated if he continues to focus solely on this theme.
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