Ετικέτα: Greece

How a missile architecture can reverse the Greek disadvantage

The innovative missile architecture of enormous potential, developed by the US Armed Forces, could only be of theoretical interest to Greece and the Greek-Turkish...

Military lessons for Greece from the defeat of the Armenians

If the defeat of the Armenians is due to many factors, which should be considered at multiple levels, however, some initial (albeit precarious) conclusions...

Nine conclusions from the defeat of Armenia - The consequences for Greece

In a previous article we talked about the importance of Armenia's non-defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh). Unfortunately, amid silence from the international and domestic media,...

Erdogan's fatal move that broke the camel's back

It is a common mistake to see Greek-Turkish relations almost cut off from the geopolitical context in which they actually belong. This error is...

Seven Turkish myths and seven Greek truths

Greek-Turkish relations are at a critical juncture due to escalating tensions on the part of Turkey in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean. Turkish tensions...

Is "earthquake diplomacy" possible with Erdogan? - Why 2020 is not 1999

Memories from 1999 and the famous "earthquake diplomacy" between Greece and Turkey were brought back by the deadly earthquake that struck Samos and Smyrna....

Lavrov visit: What can Greece expect from Russia?

When on November 6, 2019, a few months after taking over the Foreign Ministry portfolio, Dendias visited Russia, his aim was to bridge the...

Why Germany pampers Erdogan - The Eurasian chessboard and the role of Greece

In previous articles on SLpress, the author referred to Turkey's strategic goal of becoming a regulator of developments in the Eurasian chessboard and balancing...

Turkey seeks to become a leader of an Islamic "Non-Aligned Movement"

In a previous article on SLpress, we mentioned the potential role that Turkey can play in US geostrategy as a deterrent to China in...

Greece on a slippery slope in NATO - Luns Ruling is alive and well

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, despite the "revolution" of criticism of NATO's equal distance policy towards Greece and Turkey (the so-called Luns Ruling since 1984),...