Athens treads cautiously as Ankara keeps prodding in Aegean

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, European Union, Turkey
Photo via www.nato.int
Photo via www.nato.int

Greece appears to be adopting a careful approach to its rocky relationship with Turkey despite Ankara possibly thinking there is an opportune moment to advance its claims in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean.

In the view of some analysts, Turkey can leverage its position vis-à-vis the European Union and the United States across several conflict zones, particularly Libya, the Eastern Mediterranean and Nagorno-Karabakh. Additionally, Ankara may have calculated...

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