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The F-35 won’t fly to Turkey

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Image result for f-35By CANSU ÇAMLIBEL, Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey and the United States seem to have finally agreed on how to solve the Manbij puzzle in Syria, which has been poisoning relations like an open wound for almost two years. A long-awaited summit between Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo last week in Washington sealed a road map, which represents the U.S.’s official commitment to the withdrawal of Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) to the east of the Euphrates River.
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Facing the new crisis in the Greek Orthodox Church of America

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dimitrios_webBy Athanasios Grammenos, Kathimerini

The Greek Orthodox Church of America has always been considered the nucleus of community life and a significant part of the Greek-American identity. It is common knowledge that the first immigrant waves from Greece and Asia Minor took shelter around the Church, which, apart from spiritual services, also provided organizational and administrative support in their efforts to adapt and grow in the American melting pot. 

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Your Eminence, it’s a question of trust

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demetrios_webBy Antonis Diamataris, Kathimerini

In the history-filled chambers of the Holy Synod of the Phanar a week ago, Ecumenical Patriarch Vartholomaios finally asked Archbishop Demetrios of America to submit his resignation.

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US to cool Tensions With Turkey

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Image result for usa-turkeyA constructive deal to stabilize northern Syria.

By Wall Street Journal's Editorial Board

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24 “Macedonia is Greece” rallies taking place today across Greece

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 Image result for syllalitirioBy Greek City Times

In light of Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias announcing that he expects the FYROM naming issue to be resolved very soon, “Macedonia is Greece” rallies have been organised around 24 cities today, protesting the use of the term “Macedonia.”

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Islamophobia - what Islamophobia?

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Anti-Muslim sentiment cuts across vast swathes of social, economic, cultural and political life in Britain today

By Tahir Abbas, Middle East Eye

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Mediterranean hotspots a threat to entire region

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Image result for greece hotspotsBy KERRY BOYD ANDERSON, Arab News

Rather than seeing the Mediterranean as it was in ancient times — a “liquid continent” more important to trade and travel than land routes — today people tend to view the sea as a dividing line between discrete land areas: North Africa, the Middle East and Europe. 

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Is Turkish secularism under threat?

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Image result for turkey secularismAs elections near, the president has been nicknamed a ‘Caliph in waiting,' reigniting the debate over Turkey’s identity.
 
by Ahmed El Amraoui   & Faisal Edroos, AlJazeera
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What does Turkey want in the Balkans?

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A strong Turkey is good for the Balkans and a stable and prosperous Balkans is good for Turkey and the world

Image result for erdoganBy Ibrahim Kalin, Daily sabah

Turkey's relationship with the Balkans and southern Europe has always been a matter of interest for some. What does Turkey want in the Balkans? What is its so-called 'grand plan' for the region? An important meeting in Ankara organized by Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) this week sought to answer these questions. No need to panic: the answers are good for everyone.

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U.S.-Turkey policy in Trumpian Times

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Trump ErdoğanBy Edward G. Stafford, Ahval

As Turkish-U.S. relations continue to experience simmering tension that could boil over in response to provocative statements or actions from their leaders, it’s a good time to reflect on how U.S. policy towards Turkey was formulated pre-Trump and how it has changed with his arrival as the ultimate director of U.S. foreign policy .

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