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The Greek public sphere witnessed last week a rare incident for the country’s political scene - a debate through articles and statements by the two prime ministers who governed Greece between 1996 and 2009 on their views regarding foreign policy regarding Turkey.
From time-to-time former Prime Minister Costas Simitis is keen to express his views on several issues in articles published in the Greek press. So, for the public it was not a surprise to see an article by the former socialist Prime Minister in Ta Nea o...
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