PODCASTS


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GREEK CURRENT

Michael Rubin, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, joins The Greek Current to discuss his latest op-ed “Where Will Erdogan be Buried?”, and explores the legacy of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan – who sees himself as a second Ataturk – on Turkey.


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GREEK CURRENT

Anna Diamantopoulou joins The Greek Current to discuss the importance of the OECD and the key issues she is focusing on in her candidacy to lead the multilateral organization – from tackling climate change to confronting the challenges posed by China.




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GREEK CURRENT

Earlier this week China’s president chaired a long-delayed 17+1 summit with Central and Eastern European countries, including Greece, amid division in the region over how to view Beijing’s growing influence. Journalist Reid Standish joins The Greek Current to break down this week’s summit.

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PODCASTS

Expert Merve Tahiroglu joins The Greek Current to discuss how President Biden’s pledge to put democracy and human rights at the center of American foreign policy is facing an early test from an increasingly authoritarian Turkey, and explore how the Biden administration has an immediate opportunity to make good on this pledge.

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GREEK CURRENT

This week Turkey signaled that it could give ground on the S-400 missiles it purchased from Russia, with Defense Minister Hulusi Akar suggesting Turkey could adopt the so-called “Crete Model'' – which was used to solve a dispute between Greece, Cyprus, and Turkey in the 1990s over S-300s Nicosia had purchased – to deal with this issue.



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GREEK CURRENT

The Islamic State terror group was largely defeated through a coordinated international effort almost two years ago. A recent unclassified report by the US Treasury Department, however, points out that its networks appear to still have access to an estimated $100 million in cash reserves, adding that the Islamic State’s remnants in Syria continue to receive streams of cash from “logistical hubs” in neighboring Turkey.


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GREEK CURRENT

Manfred Weber, the leader of the European People's Party group in the European Parliament and a Member of the European Parliament since 2004, joins The Greek Current to discuss the EU-Turkey relationship and where it is heading, his view on the talks between Greece and Turkey and the need for Ankara to take concrete steps to show it is serious about conflict resolution, and more.