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Women and International Relations: Evolution of a Concealed Binomial

This article focuses on the role of feminism in international relations theory. The wide-ranging theme will be inscribed within the system of logics, particularly Western subordination logic. Feminism has indeed its roots in Western logic. It is one of the products of subordination logic and does not exist anywhere else. Subordination logic allows the evolution of women and their entry into politics. The article will be divided into three paragraphs. The first paragraph will portray some important...


The East-Med Pipeline and the European-Turkish Relations

... share the extraction, but Turkey began to exploit its territorial disputes over Cyprus in favour of dominating the extraction procedure in the Eastern Mediterranean.3 With Turkey’s ambitions rising over these resources, other regional actors including Greece, Israel, Egypt, Cyprus, and Italy formed a collective body and signed agreements over the extraction process of the Eastern Mediterranean natural gas fields and intentionally not inviting Turkey. Seeing the above, Turkey began to expand its regional ...


What is Next for Russia and Greece?

... with cautious optimism for the Greek–Russian relations. The meeting between President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Sochi in December, 2021 was significant for two reasons. It has confirmed the willingness of Russia and Greece to leave the diplomatic crisis of 2018 behind and bring the bilateral relationship back to normalcy—after three years of arduous efforts. More importantly, it has outlined their joint interest in placing this bilateral relationship into the general ...


Greece’s American Naïveté: Beware Americans Bearing Gifts

Early last year, I concluded an article entitled ‘Greece and Russia: back to the ‘Truman Doctrine?’, with the words: ‘Then becomes now, albeit with different colors. Just as with Britain during her heyday, Greece’s relations with Russia today are predicated on the US’s keeping Russia at bay ...


Is England, my England a Dying Butler?

... Democrats were still a sensible party, and not the politically correct and wokish Blairite gender-obsessed pressure group that they have now become. But I failed to win the seat (proportional representation had not yet been introduced), and left for Greece not long afterwards. I then resigned from the party after a dispute with its leader, Paddy Ashdown, over the bombing of Serbia in 1999, disagreeing strongly with his obvious support for the bombing. I had stood as a candidate because I believed ...


NATO’s Cypriot Trick

... moved its Middle East Headquarters from Aden to Cyprus, while the U.S. was taking over from the UK and France in the Middle East. Although, to some extent under U.S. pressure, Britain was forced to bring Makarios out of exile and begin negotiating with Greece and Turkey to give up its colony, the U.S. opted for a NATO solution. It would not do to have a truly sovereign Cyprus, but only one which accepted the existence of the Sovereign Base Areas (SBAs) as part and parcel of any settlement; and so it ...


Andrey Kortunov Speaks at Delphi Economic Forum VI

On May 10–15, 2021, 6th edition of the annual Delphi Economic Forum (Greece) took place On May 10–15, 2021, 6th edition of the annual Delphi Economic Forum (Greece) took place. The Conference was held in a hybrid format and commemorated the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution of 1821. Katerina Sakellaropoulou, President,...


Talking Turkey With Greece: Turkey and Israel’s Marriage of Convenience

... killing of nine Turks on a vessel trying to break the Gaza blockade. Military co-operation between Israel and Turkey was suspended. Backstage American pressure on its two key allies, however, along with an American sponsored joint military love-in between Greece and Israel is leading to new Turkish diplomatic pirouetting: relations between Israel and Turkey could be improving. Bilateral talks are in the offing, and full diplomatic relations could be restored by March, meaning re-activating Turkish-Israeli ...


Greek Auditory Illusions in the Greek-American-Turkish-Russian Labyrinth

... Guglielmo Marconi University, Italywww.greekcitytimes.comA correspondent shared the following with one of the authors of this piece: In an event organised in the USA for a group of Greek luminaries the main speaker was a former American ambassador to Greece. He boasted about his strong philhellenic credentials and even brandished a photo of himself dressed in an ancient Greek tunic, earning universal applause from his Greek audience. When he had finished his address, which was replete with praise ...


The Greek-Turkish Standoff: A New Source of Instability in the Eastern Mediterranean

... Athens and Ankara launched the so-called “exploratory talks,” a format to exchange views on thorny issues informally. The 60th round of bilateral exploratory talks took place in March 2016 and was the last until now. After 2016, cooperation between Greece and Turkey continued—for example, on the management of the refugee crisis—but the latter employed a different foreign policy approach. Seeing the EU door almost closed and having to deal with the post-coup domestic priorities, President Tayyip ...


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