Over the last months, a Turkish survey vessel, “HayreddinBarbarosPasa”, escorted by Turkish warships, has carried out seismic surveys within the continental shelf and the Exclusive Economic Zone (“EEZ”) of Cyprus on two occasions.
Greece has declared Albania, alongside Italy, as a hostile country back in 1940 with a royal decree. The Greek – Italian Treaty of friendship in 1947 withdraw the state of war among those two countries.
On 8 March every year we celebrate International Women’s Day. But what is the actual meaning behind this cause celebre? The following article is a praise for all ordinary and special women in our lives, commemorating their indispensable…
The BBC Channel story narrating the presence of a suppressed ethnic Macedonian minority in Northern Greece appears to have set off a chain of reactions in the press.
An interesting panel discussion took place in one of the most historic venues of Greece on the late evening of 8 February 2018. The event was hosted by the East Mediterranean Business Cultural Alliance (EMBCA) at the floating Hellas Liberty…
Business leaders from 52 corporations in Greece have set up on Saturday at a mountainous resort near the city of Trikala the Ella-Dika Mas (Greek-own) initiative.
It was today 23 years ago that the Imia Crisis escalated dangerously when Greece and Turkey nearly reached the brink of a war in the early hours of the 31st January 1996.
It’s been four days since the rally against the Prespes Agreement and the Macedonia name deal, in central Athens last Sunday.
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