Greece treads carefully, hoping to avoid blowback from failed coup in Turkey

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Turkey
Photo by Ardac via Flickr
Photo by Ardac via Flickr

Like so many countries across the world, Greece viewed the failed coup in Turkey with surprise and concern, although Athens has more reason than most to be wary of what ramifications the botched military uprising could have.

Apart from its proximity to Turkey and the numerous unresolved diplomatic issues between the two countries, the Greek government was given an extra cause to worry about when a military helicopter carrying eight officers believe to have supported the cou...

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