Territorial waters, hydrocarbon research cause friction between Athens and AnkaraPoliticsForeign Policy
Tension between Greece and Turkey has been relatively high over the last couple of weeks due to developments related to hydrocarbon research in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Athens facing diplomatic developments on several fronts in SeptemberPoliticsForeign Policy
September will be a crucial month for Greek diplomacy as many issues are due to resurface again and will need to be handled properly.
Capture of soldiers adds to complexity of Greek-Turkish relationsPoliticsForeign Policy
The arrest of two Greek servicemen last Wednesday in the northern border region of Evros is causing much concern in Athens as officials wait to find out what Turkish authorities will decide to do with the soldiers.
Cyprus EEZ keeps Greek-Turkish relations on edgePoliticsForeign Policy
Tensions are still running high between Athens and Ankara after a Turkish vessel rammed a Greek coast guard boat off the Imia islets in the eastern Aegean on February 12.
Hydrocarbons add to tension between Turkey, Greece and CyprusPoliticsForeign Policy
Tensions have risen between Turkey, the Republic of Cyprus and Greece amid Nicosia’s bid to progress with its hydrocarbon plans.
Athens wants to keep Ankara lines open despite EU reservations, S-400 dealPoliticsForeign Policy
Turkey's decision to sign a controversial deal worth 2.14 billion euros with Russia for S-400 anti-aircraft missiles has sparked concerns within NATO and the European Union, putting the Greek government on alert as well.
Varosha move puzzles amid low expectations on CyprusPoliticsForeign Policy
Athens and Nicosia are still trying to figure out what is behind Turkey's recent decision to open up Maronite villages and the “ghost city” of Famagusta (Varosha).
UN steers clear of Cyprus blame game as focus moves to hydrocarbonsPoliticsForeign Policy
United Nations Special Advisor to Cyprus Espen Barth Eide has urged all sides to abandon the blame game following the collapse of the Cyprus talks in Crans-Montana and to reflect on what the next steps should be.
Blame game follows collapse of Cyprus reunification talksPoliticsForeign Policy
Athens remains on high diplomatic alert following the collapse of the Cyprus talks in Crans-Montana.
Cyprus talks fail to deliver result, leave concerns about future tiesPoliticsForeign Policy
Αn effort to move close towards the reunification of Cyprus concluded in the early hours on Friday when United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres announced the collapse of talks after nine days in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.