Greek–Turkish relations

Are talks between Greece and Turkey around the corner following elections?

Constanitnos Filis, the director of the Institute of Global Affairs and an associate professor at the American College of Greece, joins Thanos Davelis to look at what Erdogan's re-election and his new cabinet mean for Greek-Turkish relations, and spell out what it would take for any potential talks between Athens and Ankara following Greece's elections this month to be successful.

Sometimes dogs bark and bite

We knew from the start that the calm interlude in Greek-Turkish relations would not last forever. It was a careful but temporary agreement that will expire after the elections are completed in Greece and Turkey. Now, we see Ankara slowly returning to an aggressive rhetoric.

Albania’s EU prospects depend on respecting the rights of its ethnic Greek minority says PM

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the Athens suburb of Zografou on Monday, where he sent a stern message that Albania's European prospects are entirely dependent on it respecting the rights of the Greek ethnic minority in that country.