Wednesday, 30 September , 2020

Cyprus

Latest news from the Eastern Mediterranean front

Greece and Turkey have agreed to resume “exploratory contacts” September 22, 2020 Greece and Turkey have agreed to resume exploratory contacts in Istanbul, the Greek Foreign...

War and Peace in Eastern Mediterranean

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos The decision of Turkey to withdraw its vessel surveying  Eastern Mediterranean, where maritime zones are not demarcated and are claimed by both...

NSO Group Closes Cyprus Office of Spy Firm

NSO recently closed the Cyprus office of phone network exploitation company Circles and fired a number of staff, according to two former NSO employees. by...

Pentagon pushes back on claim that US to leave Turkey’s Incirlik...

Senator Ron Johnson said the United States is considering basing more forces on Crete as relations with Turkey deteriorate. Sep 16, 2020 A Pentagon spokesman pushed back...

The end of the Balkans

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Sep. 14, 2020 The day before yesterday, Serbian President Vucic was ridiculed by signing an agreement in the White House without even knowing...

Maidan, Navalny, Kastellorizo: The Chaos Strategy

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Twenty years ago, I was covering the Munich Security Forum as a journalist and I took an interview from Brent Scawcroft, National...

Macron: Europe must have a ‘more united and clear voice’ with...

Sep. 10, 2020 French President Emmanuel Macron said Europe needed "a more united and clear voice" on Turkey which is "no longer a partner". Macron categorised...

Greek – Turkish crisis escalates. Closer to military conflict

Diplomatic sources refute reports of NATO-brokered talks between Greece, Turkey Sept. 3, 2020 Diplomatic sources on Thursday refuted reports of NATO-brokered talks between Greece and Turkey...

Talks to begin with parties after rejection of CETA

August 4, 2020 The government will initiate a round of deliberations with political parties here after the House plenum last week voted against ratifying the...

Le Parlement chypriote rejette le CETA

26 août 2020 Le 31 juillet, le parlement chypriote a rejeté le CETA à une écrasante majorité : 37 députés ont voté contre, et seulement 18...