Professor Aristotle Tziampiris joins us on The Greek Current today to explore his latest piece in World Politics Review, in which he outlines how Greece is reshaping the Eastern Mediterranean.


Dr Aykan Erdemir joins The Greek Current to discuss Ankara’s decision to use its veto power within NATO to water down an official condemnation of Belarusian strongman Alexander Lukashenko, and argues that Turkish President Erdogan’s move to protect Russia’s Belarusian ally is the latest case of collusion between Ankara and Moscow to undermine the alliance.


Tom Ellis, the editor in chief of Kathimerini’s English Edition, joins The Greek Current to discuss the impact the EU has had on Greece – economically, politically, and socially – over the last 40 years.


Al-Monitor journalist Amberin Zaman joins The Greek Current to talk about the latest string of YouTube videos Sedat Peker, a Turkish mobster living abroad, has released implicating current and former Turkish officials, their relatives and other prominent figures in various crimes, and explore how these videos are impacting the Erdogan government. 


Expert David Phillips joins The Greek Current to talk about the significance of Joe Biden’s upcoming meeting with Recep Tayyip Erdogan and argues that this is an opportunity for the US president to express Washington’s concerns over Ankara’s aggressive behavior in the region and highlight the Turkish president’s poor human rights record at home.


A 63-year-old Greek operator of an inflatable canoe who was stranded at sea west of Armenistis on the island of Ikaria on Friday due to 7 Beaufort winds blowing in the area, was rescued by a Hellenic Air Force Super Puma helicopter and was said to be in good health.


HALC’s Executive Director Endy Zemenides and Kostas Ouranitsas, the chairman of the National Hellenic Student Association of North America and a HALC Leadership 2030 Fellow, join The Greek Current to commemorate the genocide of the Greeks of Pontus and discuss the continued fight for genocide recognition.