Imia 101: Why is the rocky Aegean islet back in the headlines?

Tuesday, February 14, 2017  | 
In 1996, Imia was at the epicenter of a rapid escalation that brought Greece and Turkey to the brink of war. Imia, a pair of uninhabited Greek islets Turkey claims...

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Is a Viable Solution in Cyprus Feasible?

Tuesday, February 14, 2017  | 
This is the first paper in the ELIAMEP/HALC White Paper Series for the 115th...

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A quest for power: Erdogan’s attack on human rights

Monday, February 13, 2017  | 
The failed coup attempt this summer accelerated Turkey’s descent into political instability and irrationality as President Erdogan initiated a deep purge of state institutions, cracking down on political opponents and...

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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 →
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