by Uzay Bulut, Gatestone Institute
The most recent escalation in tensions exposes that rather than coming to terms with their old rivalry, tensions between the old foes continue to surface
By Yeni Safak
By Editorial Board of Daily Sabah
Tensions have been growing between Turkey and Greece in recent months. After years of peaceful coexistence, the long-forgotten hostilities of the 1990s are threatening to reemerge.
Greece and Turkey have never been closer to war than they are today, Yiannis Baboulias said in an analysis for Foreign Policy.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on April 9 was unmoved in the face of the sliding Turkish lira (TRY), reiterating unorthodox monetary policies that have unnerved many investors and repeating his hard-nosed insistence that interest rates need to be lowered to “save” investors.