Athens turns attention to Libya, advocates EastMed energy cooperation
Athens sees many benefits in renewal of defence cooperation with Washington
Mood sours as Greece and Turkey head for new round of exploratory talks
Athens sees multiple defence, geopolitical benefits in pact with France
Mitsotakis, Erdogan keep distance at UN as summer moratorium draws to close
Greece to sign augmented defence deal with US, buy more Rafale jets
Turkey's Varosha move adds new complexity to Greek-Turkish relations
Exactly 47 years after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, Ankara sought to leave its mark for the 20 July anniversary, which was marked this week on the northern part of the island.
Beyond reaffirming his position in favour of a de jure partition of the island through the creation of two sovereign states, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the next steps in his plan to re-open the Turkish-occupied ghost city of Varosha.
If you are already registered, please sign in.
A tailor-made service for professionals
Apart from having access to all our analysis and data, subscribers will be able to consult one-on-one with our analysts.
Read some of our analysis for no charge
By signing up to MacroPolis, readers will be able to read two of our articles without charge each month. They will not have access to our data or weekly e-newsletter.
Our analysis and data at your fingertips
Subscribers will be able to read the full range of our articles, access our statistics and charts, and receive our weekly e-newsletter for €450 per year.€480.00