Foreign Policy

Parliament Dissolves as North Macedonia Vies for Accession

North Macedonia is set to hold new elections on April 12th, a full eight months earlier than expected. Not long…

Greek Foreign Policy Hinges on Increased Cooperation

In January 2020, when Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with United States President Donald Trump, the Greek leader remarked that…

New EastMed Pipeline Brings Tension and Opportunity

On January 2nd, Greece and Cyprus made history after signing a deal with Israel on a nearly 2000-kilometre subsea pipeline,…

EU Defence Faces Significant Challenges Despite Welcome PESCO Additions

The creation of Permanent Structured Cooperation, or PESCO, was designed in 2017. The structure sees 25 of the 28 (soon…

Questions Over Cyber Security Cause Uncertainty in Europe

As 5G mobile networks go live around the world, the new technology is predicted to change the way users live…

Greece’s New Diplomatic Allies

As European relations with Turkey continue to deteriorate, Greece has responded by coordinating a plan to purchase three unmanned aerial…

The First Ports of Call in Italy, Greece, and Cyprus

Migration has long been a central issue in Europe, when nearly 1 million people fled their homes in Syria and…

New Portuguese Administration Keen to Build on Successes

The 69 members of the recently-elected administration were sworn in by Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa on October 26th,…

Missing the Boat on Brexit

It is November 4th and the United Kingdom is still part of the EU. Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent months…

Juncker Commends Croatia, Deems Them Ready for Schengen

Bordering the Adriatic Sea, the touristic country of Croatia – with its diverse landscapes and idyllic beaches – joined the…
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