Post-election push for Greek-Turkish talks being lined upPoliticsForeign Policy
It seems that there will be an internationally coordinated new effort to bring Turkey and Greece back to discussions about their longstanding disputes after elections have taken place in both countries.
Athens offers continued, but limited support to Ukraine, while seeking balance with ChinaPoliticsForeign Policy
The visit of Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov to Athens last Thursday came as a surprise as it had been kept a secret for security reasons and resulted in Greece offering to continue supporting Kiev, but within certain limits.
Tragedies bring period of calm in Greek-Turkish relationsPoliticsForeign Policy
Two tragic events in Turkey and Greece have paved the way for a period of calm between the two countries and a change in the atmosphere in bilateral relations.
Mitsotakis hits back at Erdogan's rhetoric, but leaves door open for meetingPoliticsForeign Policy
During Sunday’s press conference at the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis sought to rebut the latest aggressive rhetoric emanating from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while not ruling out the possibility that the two could meet in due course.
Erdogan's inflammatory comments a harbinger for new period of Greek-Turkish tensionPoliticsForeign Policy
Athens is bracing itself for a period of prolonged tension with Ankara that is expected to last until elections in its neighbouring country, scheduled to take place in 2023.
Athens braces for Erdogan bargaining at NATO summitPoliticsForeign Policy
The annual NATO summit due to begin on Tuesday in Madrid comes at a critical time in the alliance's 73-year history.
Greek-Turkish relations at standstill as Athens counters Ankara's claimsPoliticsForeign Policy
Turkey has completely cut off bilateral talks with Greece following a relevant decision by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Athens bracing for fresh tension with Turkey, sends letter to UNPoliticsForeign Policy
Greece and Turkey at odds again, and trapped in the vicious circle of unresolved issues in the Aegean Sea.
Overflights spat marks resumption of Greek-Turkish tensionPoliticsForeign Policy
Tension between Greece and Turkey is brewing again in the Aegean. Athens strongly condemned the incursion of two Turkish fighter jets within 2.5 nautical miles of Alexandroupolis on Friday.
Mitsotakis heads to Washington with defence, energy and investment at top of agendaPoliticsForeign Policy
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis begins a two-day visit to the USA on Monday, a trip that is taking place during a crucial time due to geopolitical challenges generated by the war in Ukraine but also for Southeast Europe.