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Podcast - What can Greece expect from the Biden administration?
Donald Trump may not have accepted Joe Biden's victory in the US elections, but the rest of the world is preparing for a change of guard in Washington.
Greece is among the countries that will have a very keen eye on what the new American administration will bring to the table in terms of foreign policy.
The recent flare-up in tension between Greece and Turkey means that Athens is hoping Biden will be more active in southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean, providing more presence and certainty going forward.
The Agora host Nick Malkoutzis and producer/co-host Phoebe Fronista discuss what's at stake before MacroPolis foreign policy analyst Alexandra Voudouri and George Tzogopoulos, a senior fellow at the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) and the Centre International de Formation Européenne (CIFE), give their views on what to expect in the months to come.