Biden administration

VP Harris hosts Archbishop Elpidophoros, Greek American leaders at White House

US Vice President Kamala Harris welcomed on Wednesday Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, California Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis and esteemed members of the Greek American community, at the White House, ahead of the official celebrations for Greek Independence Day.

Biden administration approves major offshore wind project

The Biden administration approved a new wind project off the Massachusetts coast on April 2 that is large enough it will provide more electricity than the state's former coal-fired generating station.

Avangrid's New England Wind is the United States' eighth large offshore wind project to be greenlit and is tied for the largest ever approved, but will probably be smaller.

Is Erdogan’s invite to the White House a diplomatic win?

Alan Makovsky, veteran Turkey analyst and senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, joins Thanos Davelis to examine how Turkish President Erdogan finally snagged an invite to the White House, and look into what message this move sends about the Biden administration's approach to Turkey in the wake of the Sweden NATO saga.

Erdogan to meet Biden in Washington in May, Turkish media report

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is set to travel to Washington for a meeting with US President Joe Biden on May 9, Turkish media reported on Tuesday. However, there has been no official confirmation yet.

This meeting would mark the first time the two leaders have met at the Oval Office. Their last encounter was at the NATO summit in Vilnius in July 2023.

Fear or trust?

Who fears and trusts the United States? This crucial question is being asked at this time, not by opponents of the US, but by some of the people who held very important positions in Washington. Congress has frozen the process of approving military aid to Ukraine.