Survey indicates Greeks concerned about EU's role as geopolitical actorSociety
The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) has released a brief outlining what Europeans want from the bloc in terms of foreign policy.
Effort for Greece and Albania to resolve diplomatic differences goes on back burnerPoliticsForeign Policy
Athens recently decided to postpone the finalisation of an agreement on all outstanding issues with Albania, even though Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias in June declared that he would resolve these matters before going on his summer holiday.
Over to PMs after progress in Macedonia name talksPoliticsForeign Policy
The fate of the negotiations between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) aimed at settling the name issue seems to now be in the hands of the two countries’ prime ministers, Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev.
Greece seeks better relations with Albania as wariness of Turkey growsPoliticsForeign Policy
Greece is stepping up its efforts to improve relations with neighbours such as Albania so it can devote more attention to dealing with Turkey.
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 unmoved as relations with Russia become chillierPoliticsForeign Policy
Bilateral relations between the Greek government and Russia's President Vladimir Putin appear to be on the wane. This comes just a couple of years after SYRIZA tried to court Moscow while it was involved in tense negotiations with its European partners.
Greece and Albania hold private talks to tackle longstanding differencesPoliticsForeign Policy
The foreign ministers of Greece and Albania held a first round of talks on the longstanding issues between the two countries in a two-day meeting on the island of Crete over the weekend.
Athens aiming to step up diplomatic contact with neighboursPoliticsForeign Policy
Athens is seeking ways to keep open the channels of communication with neighbouring countries with which bilateral relations are strained due to unresolved diplomatic issues.
Athens in dispute with Spanish ambassador over Catalonia stancePoliticsForeign Policy
Athens is in the process of trying to settle disagreements with its neighbours, but has found itself embroiled in an unexpected row with a fellow European Union (EU) member state, Spain, over the crisis in Catalonia.