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EU Now Mulling Erdogan’s ‘Blackmail’ Move Over Syrian Refugees at the Greek Border, Ahead of Summit
Security
EU Now Mulling Erdogan’s ‘Blackmail’ Move Over Syrian Refugees at the Greek Border, Ahead of Summit
March 24, 2020

The move to send the Syrian refugees to the Greek border has merely opened old wounds on both sides and is unlikely to result in any kind of policy decisions in Idlib to counter Russia.

Migrant Crisis 2.0 Who’s to Blame and What’s to Be Done?
March 6, 2020

The key player in the new migrant crisis is Turkey: they may have started the new migration problem and thus they may be the ones who can end it.

Migrant Crisis 2.0 Who’s to Blame and What’s to Be Done?
Society
China’s Belt and Road Continues to Win Over Europe While Technocrats Scream and Howl
World
China’s Belt and Road Continues to Win Over Europe While Technocrats Scream and Howl
April 20, 2019

The new model of development which has increasingly won over central, and eastern Eurasian countries as well as Greece and Italy have provided a breath of fresh air for citizens everywhere who are looking with despair upon a Trans-Atlantic system.

Background of Russia-Greek Summit in December: Greek Defense Chief Makes Landmark Foreign Policy Proposals
October 13, 2018

The announced plans to turn Greece into a US aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean is a matter of concern and not only for Moscow.

Background of Russia-Greek Summit in December: Greek Defense Chief Makes Landmark Foreign Policy Proposals
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The Greek Disaster: State Inertia and the Market Economy
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The Greek Disaster: State Inertia and the Market Economy
July 31, 2018

In Greece we witnessed this repulsive, internally-generated tragedy in all its horrifying glory. Unfortunately we may soon see more far-reaching consequences…

Greek-Russian Relations at Crossroads
July 24, 2018

Why should the Kremlin jeopardise a carefully cultivated cordial relationship with Athens just to pursue a dead-end policy on the issue of Skopje? After all, that’s an issue of paramount importance to Greece.

Greek-Russian Relations at Crossroads
World
Greece Expels Russian Diplomats: Hidden Agenda Behind Unfriendly Move
World
Greece Expels Russian Diplomats: Hidden Agenda Behind Unfriendly Move
July 14, 2018

Games change and governments come and go but friendly relations between the peoples remain. The provocation committed by the Greek government cannot change the reality.

The Tyranny of Geography
July 2, 2018

Geography is usually the dominant factor in in the evolution of international affairs. It commands respect for its whims from ordinary people and close scrutiny of its requirements and overall needs.

The Tyranny of Geography
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