Cyprus Peace Process Update

Saturday, May 28, 2016  | 
It was a tumultuous week in the Cyprus negotiation progress after Turkish Cypriot community leader Mustafa Akinci showed up to a dinner for world leaders at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul...

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Here’s why the US should lift its arms embargo on Cyprus

Tuesday, May 24, 2016  | 
This week, the United States lifted a decades-long arms embargo on Vietnam. A similar lift of the outdated emargo on arms sales to Cyprus is long overdue. The move to...

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10 year anniversary of Capt. Kostas Eliakis death: What really happened

Monday, May 23, 2016  | 
May 23rd 2006. Karpathos, Southeastern Aegean. Hellenic Air Force pilot Captain Kostas Eliakis takes off from Suda, Crete, to intercept one of the thousands of Turkish intrusions. Something as absurd...

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Greece

Greece is more than the latest headlines of the day. While the European financial crisis has dominated newspapers across the world, the importance of Greece reaches far beyond economics. Greece is a key strategic ally of the United States and Hellenism plays a vital role in our civic society. Learn more →
RT @HelenaSmithGDN: The secret to Greece's economic recovery? https://t.co/AbtKWmrkxr
RT @cnainenglish: President discusses Cyprus problem, economic cooperation and energy issues with US Congress members...https://t.co/hjTH5