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Tag Archives: Greece
A series of articles that I read over the last few days in the Turkish Hurriyet Daily sheds some interesting light on the Turkish-provoked argument between Greece, Cyprus, Israel and Turkey over natural gas resources in the Eastern Mediterranean. Turkey … Continue reading
In a sign that Turkey is intent on stirring up trouble in the Eastern Mediterranean, Turkey has warned Cyprus against proceeding with offshore oil and gas drilling activities, saying: it would finalize an agreement with Turkish Cypriots to mark out … Continue reading
M K Bhadrakumar, writing in The Asia Times (via NOW Lebanon) assesses that Israel has given up on Turkey as its largest and most powerful regional ally, and has transferred its diplomatic allegiance and political friendship to Cyprus and Greece. … Continue reading
The aborted Flotilla of Fools to Gaza continues to provide us with an almost endless source of entertainment. The paranoia displayed by the flotilla organizers, and the ominous tones used in this Independent article regarding the disabled boats would be … Continue reading