Juncker Backs Greece’s Case

- May 8, 2016

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Greece has “basically achieved” enough reforms to be eligible for debt relief.

Greece’s Lenders Split Over Reforms, Talks Lag

- April 21, 2016

Greece’s leftist-led coalition government will miss an April 22 deadline – when Eurozone chiefs meet – to complete talks with international lenders who are now even more divided over reforms and debt relief for a country sinking under austerity.

EU Readies Migrant Crisis Aid

- March 1, 2016

The EU will allocate 700 million euros in emergency humanitarian aid to countries affected by the ongoing refugee crisis, particularly Greece,

The Fallacy Cyprus Can be Reunited

- December 9, 2015

Politicians and diplomats keep floating phony statements Cyprus is close to being unified more than 41 years after an unlawful Turkish invasion.

EU, Turkey See Cyprus Unity

- November 29, 2015

Despite decades of division and disagreement, a deal to reunify divided Cyprus could be coming in months, European and Turkish officials said.

Tsipras Meets Patriarch in Turkey

- November 19, 2015

While visiting Turkey, Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras met with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and discussed terrorism and interfaith dialogue.