The relations between Greece and Turkey are known to be historically tense and problematic. Despite being NATO allies...
The relations between Greece and Turkey are known to be historically tense and problematic. Despite being NATO allies, their relationship has been marked by various crises over the past decades and often caught the attention of the international community. Greece, on theone side, prides itself on being the origin of Western civilization and democracy, and being able to withstand 400 years of Ottoman reign. Turkey, on the other side, saw its democracy being fractured by periods of instability and intermittent military coups (1960, 1971, 1980), while as early as 1964, it became an associate ember of the European Community; the goal being to ultimately join the ‘club’ – as Greece did back in 1981.
The earthquakes that shook millions of lives in southern Türkiye and reduced some cities to rubble have prompted a worldwide outpouring of humanitariaviše
Central Asia is a vital region in global politics. Located at the crossroads between Europe and Asia, this part of the world has been a strategic andviše