ENDY ZEMENIDES


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05.07.2022 / 23:51

Over the past five years, US-Turkey relations have featured a consistent attempt at “hostage diplomacy” by Ankara.


21.06.2022 / 10:18

At the end of his presidency, Barack Obama eulogized Elie Wiesel as “one of the great moral voices of our time, and in many ways, the conscience of the world.”


21.02.2022 / 21:30

Advocating for justice for Cyprus in Washington, DC requires levels of commitment and stamina that most people do not appreciate.


24.01.2022 / 18:07

In 1992, the Clinton campaign adopted the tagline “It’s the economy, stupid” to identify the candidate’s signature issue.




14.03.2021 / 16:29

Over the last year, America’s streets were littered with images that would prompt one to wonder whether this was the state of nature that Thomas Hobbes wrote about.


11.01.2021 / 19:44

Last week’s attempted coup by strident supporters of President Donald Trump sullied America’s image in the world, and it also drowned out other significant news regarding American foreign policy during the Biden administration.


19.02.2020 / 09:11

US President John F. Kennedy once observed that “When written in Chinese, the word ‘crisis’ is composed of two characters. One represents danger and the other represents opportunity.”


13.01.2020 / 12:38

“Greece is back.” These three words were uttered again and again during Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ visit to Washington, DC last week. Some dismiss the remark as an empty slogan, but they are mistaken.


27.06.2019 / 21:07

The emerging crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean over Turkey’s drilling activities in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) raise the prospect of an open Greco-Turkish conflict to a level higher than anytime since the Imia crisis.


13.06.2019 / 13:49

On the eve of the latest legislation in the United States House of Representatives putting pressure on Turkey over its S-400 missile system purchase, Nicholas Danforth – a veteran Turkey analyst at the German Marshall Fund – posted a warning on Twitter that perfectly captured the dilemma in US-Turkey relations.


03.06.2019 / 16:06

Raphael Lemkin, the lawyer and scholar who coined the term “genocide” and initiated the Genocide Convention, was working on a multi-volume history of such massacres at the time he passed in 1959. He had planned five chapters on the Greeks – more than for any other people – in this unfinished work.


10.05.2019 / 22:04

As Turkey’s foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu had presided over a widely acclaimed “zero problems with neighbors” foreign policy. This foreign policy was a fraud from the outset.