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'Greece-Greek Cypriot-Jordan energy deal unacceptable'

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File PhotoTurkish Republic of Northern Cyprus says it will not hesitate to take steps countering unilateral pacts

By Anadolu Agency

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The EU's new role in the Middle East?

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Could the EU become an honest broker for stalled Middle East peace talks now that America has lost the trust of the Palestinians?
 
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A secret Middle East alliance

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By Herbert London, Washington Times

A Swiss newspaper, Basler Zeitung, reported recently that a secret alliance between Israel and Saudi Arabia aimed at restraining Iran’s imperial desire for a land mass between Tehran and the Mediterranean was moving into a new phase. While there aren’t formal diplomatic ties between the two countries, military cooperation does exist. In fact, the Saudi government sent a military delegation to Jerusalem several months ago to discuss Iran’s role as a destabilizing force in the region.

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Greek-American and Jewish American leaders visit Greek president and premier

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Greek-American and Jewish American representatives paid a visit to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday as part of their biennial visit to Greece, Israel, and Cyprus, ANA reports.

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What’s In a Name: A Baltic Perspective on the Greece-FYROM Dispute

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By Prof. Vladislav B. Sotirovic*

The ‘Macedonian Question’ is today actual for several reasons of which two are of fundamental importance: 1. Albanian secession in FYROM; and 2. the Greek dispute with the FYROM authorities over several issues (1).

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