Iran’s Nuclear Programme Back on Track But ‘Fully Reversible’

On January 4, with the dawn of the new decade, Tehran announced that it had resumed uranium enrichment activities. This negative development is not surprising granted that the reconciliation path between Iran and the rest of the world was on the receiving end of several blows in the five-year period…

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Twists and Turns of Anglo-Greek History: Churchill’s Greek Emergency Christmas 1944

Seventy-six years ago, on the Christmas Day of 1944, Winston Churchill set foot in Athens in an urgent political-military visit. The extraordinary arrival of the then British Prime Minister was ominous. The security situation in the heart of the Greek capital worsened. The London-backed first postwar Greek government of national…

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Middle East: New Configuration of Power in the Post-Trump Era

Just before the end of his term, President Trump succeeded in brokering peace agreements as part of a normalization process in the relations between Israel and the Arab world. In the space of a few weeks, Israel was officially recognized through the opening of diplomatic relations by the United Arab…

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