Sunday, 27 September , 2020

EU

No, the European Union Shouldn’t Try to Become a New Superpower

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen speaks of the EU’s ambitions to project itself as a superpower on the global stage. But recent...

Dragana Trifković : “Serbia Damaged Relations With Russia, China, Iran, the...

Vzglyad.az interview with the Director General of the Center for Geostrategic Research (Belgrade), Dragana Trifković. September 10, 2020 US President Donald Trump received the leaders of...

Extremely Ridiculous

Ten EU countries agree to take 400 unaccompanied minors from Moria September 11, 2020 Ten EU member states have agreed to take the 400 unaccompanied...

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...

Trump urges Greece-Turkey dialogue in call with Greek PM

Trump urges Greece-Turkey dialogue in call with Greek PM August 27 2020 U.S. President Donald Trump, in a phone call on Aug. 26 with Greek Prime...

How much does Erdogan’s ‘coercive diplomacy’ benefit Turkey?

If mishandled, Turkey’s threats of military action could trigger an uncontrolled escalation, leaving Ankara facing difficult choices. By Semih Idiz Aug 27, 2020 President Recep Tayyip Erdogan...

International consequences of a Greek – Turkish war. A way to...

by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos In a previous article we examined the methods third forces may use to provoke a Greek - Turkish military conflict and...

Will Erdogan’s Adventures Hurt Russian Soft Power?

By Costas Melakopides July 24, 2020 While the Russian Federation is actively pursuing the cultivation of its Soft Power, the results, in the present cynical and...

Turkey’s military exercises between two Greek islands raise EU concern

Aug. 6 2010 As Turkey plans military exercises on Monday and Tuesday in an area stretching between the two Greek islands of Rhodes and Kastellorizo...

What EU leaders really decided on rule of law

Whether Hungary and Poland can be held to account will depend on how EU summit conclusions are interpreted. By Daniel Hegedüs Jul 21, 2020 After four...