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Turkey Accuses Greece Of Harboring Terrorists

Turkey summoned the Greek ambassador to Ankara to the foreign ministry to protest about Greece "turning a blind eye to terror groups".

Turkey Rebrands Itself and Changes Official Name to Türkiye

The United Nations has changed the Republic of Turkey’s country name at the organization from “Turkey” to “Türkiye,” following a request from Ankara for the change. UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said that a letter had been received on Wednesday from...

“Turkaegean”: Turkey “Borrows” the Aegean in Tourism Campaign

Turkey is using the term "Turkaegean" or "Turkish Aegean," in highlighting ancient Greek monuments and archaeological sites in its new tourism campaign for Summer 2022. The west coast of Turkey, which includes Izmir, Ephesus, Ayvalik, Pergamon and many well-known historical...

Greece Counters Turkey’s Claims in the Aegean to UN

Greece presented a letter to the United Nations on Thursday which countered the claims Turkey made regarding the sovereignty of Greek islands in the Aegean to the UN in September of last year. In the Turkish letter, the country claimed...

Putin and Erdogan: Architects of Revisionism

The violation of international law and disregard for international treaties by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine is a dark sign of revisionism

Erdogan Says Greek PM Mitsotakis “No Longer Exists” to Him After US Visit

On Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis "no longer exists" to him after his visit to the US. While in the US, Mitsotakis criticized Turkey, although not explicitly, and appealed to lawmakers to...

Why Turkey Doesn’t Want Finland and Sweden to Join NATO

Finland and Sweden have expressed their wish to join NATO, but Turkish President Erdogan has publicly stated that he will not support the move. By Professor Ronald Suny After decades of neutrality, the two Nordic states that have to date remained...

US State Department Responds to Turkish Violation of Greek Airspace

On Saturday, the US State Department responded to the Turkish violation of Greek airspace, which involved Turkish jets flying dangerously close to the Greek city of Alexandroupoli. In a statement, Ned Pierce, a State Department spokesperson, stated that: "We encourage all...

Statue of Greek Philosopher Diogenes Causes Controversy in Turkey

A statue dedicated to the ancient Greek philosopher Diogenes in Sinope, Turkey, the city of his birth, stirred controversy in the country for a surprising reason. By Dimosthenes Vasiloudis The Statue of Diogenes (Turkish: Diyojen Heykeli) is a monument dedicated to...

Greece Marks Pontic Genocide as Turkey Claims it Distorts History

Turkey accused Greece of distorting history as the nation commemorates one of the darkest pages in Hellenic history, the Pontic Genocide at the hands of the Turks. The  Genocide in Pontus cost 353,000 lives while even more lost their homes...