It is undisputable that Europe is in turmoil. France is tormented by the “Gilets Jaunes”, the Yellow Vests, riots. Not even Emmanuel Macron's new measures seem to ease the tension.
To the provocative rhetoric and the threats unleashed by Ankara and by officials of the self-declared state in occupied Cyprus, ExxonMobil-Qatar Petroleum answered with a highly symbolic act
Representatives from the world’s leading economies are facing major diplomatic challenges as they meet in Argentina this week for the annual G20 summit on November 30 and December 1.
The improved, from both sides, relation of Athens-Washington enters a new phase with the “strategic dialogue between Greece-US” that will start on the 13th of December in the American capital under the American Secretary of State Mike…
With “patriotic statements”, Turkey nurtures the tension in the Eastern Mediterranean after the unsuccessful trip of the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavosuglu to Washington.
The Americans are creating an ‘Isolated Zone’ across Syria’s northern border with Turkey. This ‘Isolated Zone’ will be guarded by American observation posts.
For weeks Erdogan has been milking it on Khashoggi's murder. A man “who has been widely criticized for locking up more than 100,000 people since an attempted coup two years ago, has gained badly needed international stature from the case”…
It’s been a week since drilling started in the EEZ of Cyprus at Block 10 and the Turks continue the threats at every opportunity.
In the presence of Fannon, ExxonMobil started the drilling in the EEZ of Cyprus – The Islamic regime…
Cyprus, the ExxonMobil - Qatar Petroleum drilling started on Friday 16 November in Block 10 in the EEZ of Cyprus, at the target Delpine. Mr Fanon arrived in Cyprus from Israel en route to Egypt.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan holds on the “Khashoggi story” because it grants him positive media exposure to the international media that normally present him as a dictator or an Islamist tyrant.