New AtlanticistMar 17, 2023
Russian War Report: DFRLab confirms aerial strikes on industrial plants north of Bakhmut
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
As Russian forces continue their offensive on Bakhmut, the DFRLab examined satellite imagery to reveal the potential of missile attacks.
TURKEYSourceFeb 27, 2023
Experts react: What did Blinken accomplish in Turkey and Greece?
By Atlantic Council IN TURKEY
Atlantic Council experts give their perspective on US secretary of state's visit to Turkey and Greece in the aftermath of Turkey's devastating earthquake.
In the NewsJan 29, 2023
Townsend in The National Herald on balancing NATO interests despite feuds between Turkey and Greece
On January 29, Townsend was quoted in The National Herald claiming US has been able to balance its interests within NATO with Greece and Turkey for years despite feuds between them.
Issue BriefApr 5, 2022
The rising national security threats from climate change in the Mediterranean region
By Katerina Sokou
Climate change hazards will asymmetrically impact the Mediterranean’s coastal ecosystems. In addition increased natural disasters, climate change will also exacerbate the region’s economic vulnerabilities.
TURKEYSourceJan 20, 2022
Turkey’s muted response to Cyprus’ offshore drilling reflects a new diplomatic reality
By Serhat S. Cubukcuoglu
Turkey's response, or lack thereof, to Cyprus' recent moves to capitalize on natural gas resources in the Eastern Mediterranean marks a shift in diplomatic tone. While Turkey's stance has not changed, under the surface lies a changing geopolitical and economic reality.
FeatureMar 24, 2021
Forty years after: How Greece can help usher in tomorrow’s Europe
By Miltiadis Varvitsiotis
Today, as the European Union is reinvigorating its partnership with the United States and working toward enlargement in the Western Balkans, with the significant strategic support of Greece, the time is ripe for articulating our hopes and expectations for the emergence of a coherent, geopolitical European Union.
TURKEYSourceMar 5, 2021
To manage tensions between Turkey and Greece, the US should look to history
By Grady Wilson
Tensions between Turkey and Greece flared over the past year over disputed maritime claims in the Eastern Mediterranean. The United States should mediate between the two NATO allies to protect its interests based on its long term commitment to a stable and secure region.