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Wrong message for Greek region at Al Jazeera – Atalayar

A few days ago, the well-known channel pro-Erdogan Al Jazeera TV in Qatar showed and uploaded on YouTube a poor “report” by Glenn Ellis about the “Turkish national minority” of Greek Thrace (Western Thrace, Contested Space: The Turks of northeast Greece) in the series People & Power, screaming from miles away, which was an order from Turkey. The three-member crew had not been licensed…

Qatar’s Al Jazeera broadcasts Turkish propaganda in report on Western Thrace – Ahval

Earlier this month, the Qatari media network Al Jazeera arrived in Greece’s Thrace region to film a report about its Turkish Muslim minority. The minority of around 150,000 people has long been an issue of contention between Ankara and Athens, with Turkey calling out Greece for what it calls its failure to grant full rights to the minority, including a state denial of ethnic…

Turkey and Venezuela: An Alliance of Convenience (Report) – Wilson Center

On March 26th, U.S. Attorney General William Barr announced indictments against Nicolás Maduro and 14 other senior current and former Venezuelan officials, for narco-terrorism, drug trafficking, corruption, and other crimes.  Also indicted were two leaders of Colombia’s FARC guerrillas. These indictments follow other crippling U.S. sanctions on Venezuela’s financial and oil sectors, and secondary sanctions on Russian and other companies continuing to do business…

Erdogan may be the world’s most ‘insulted’ leader – Al Monitor

Lawyers for the Turkish president have sued more than 17,000 people for what they describe as insults to the president, with more than 5,000 convicted. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s harsh rhetoric against his opponents is widely known at home and abroad. Yet a dramatic incident at the Turkish parliament last week provided insight into the fates of those who dare use the same rhetoric…

Erdogan condemned by Jewish leaders over Greece ‘Nazi’ slur – The Times

The Greek government has been backed by Jewish groups in condemning President Erdogan after he compared the country to the Nazis over its treatment of migrants. Greece’s Central Jewish Council said his comments were “part of a wretched, perverse and calculated attempt to misinform and divert the public’s attention from his exploitation of innocent people for political gain”. Tens of thousands of people have…

In pictures: what is going on at the Turkish-Greek border? – Euronews

Thousands of refugees and migrants have been trying to get into Greece over the past several weeks, after Turkey declared that its borders with Europe are now open. EU member state Greece, which has long complained of a lack of support from the EU to deal with the arrival of migrants, heavily guards its borders. Special forces from several European countries reached the Greek-Turkish…

SCIENCE TEAM REACHES TURKISH RESEARCH BASE | POLAR RESEARCH INSTITUTE

While most research bases are located in the easily accessible and inhabitable Antarctic Peninsula, some bases are located in regions with very harsh conditions like the Antarctic Circle. Likewise, while most science bases are operable only in summers, some can operate throughout a year. In recent years, Turkey undertakes important scientific studies in Antarctica, too. Through the 4th Turkish Antarctic Expedition under the auspices of…

Fist Fight Breaks out in Turkish Parliament after Lawmaker Lashes out at Erdogan over Idlib Soldier Deaths

March 4, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPLRLk4izos Turkey’s parliament descended into a chaotic fistfight after an opposition lawmaker accused President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of disrespecting Turkish soldiers killed recently in Idlib, Syria. During a closed session about the country’s operations in Idlib, opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) member Engin Ozkoc said Erdogan disrespected the dead troops and had also acted irresponsibly by sending them into conflict without…

EU chief says Greece is Europe’s shield in migrant crisis – BBC News

Migrants in Greek custody at the border with Turkey on Tuesday – image copyright AFP The head of the European Commission has sent a strong message of support to Greece in its attempts to stop migrants crossing its border from Turkey. “Our first priority is to ensure order is maintained at the Greek external border, which is also a European border,” Ursula von der…

Turkish surprise: Erdogan opens borders to allow migrants into Greece – CS Monitor

Thousands of migrants and refugees massed at Turkey’s western frontier on Sunday, trying to enter Greece by land and sea after Turkey said its borders were open to those hoping to head to Europe. In Syria, Turkish troops shot down two Syrian warplanes after the Syrian military downed a Turkish drone, a major escalation in the direct conflict between Syrian and Turkish forces. Turkey’s…

Airstrike Hits Turkish Forces in Syria, Raising Fears of Escalation – New York Times

The Turkish Army suffered mass casualties in the strike, officials said, an attack that could set off a direct conflict between Turkey and Russia. Turkish military forces in Syria’s Idlib Province this week. The attack on Thursday took place south of Idlib City.Credit…Ghaith Alsayed/Associated Press ISTANBUL — The Turkish Army suffered mass casualties in an airstrike in northwest Syria late Thursday, an attack that…

Controversial pro-gov’t Turkish foundation constructs dormitory in New York’s ‘most expensive area’ – Duvar

Controversial pro-gov’t Turkish foundation constructs dormitory in New York’s ‘most expensive area’ – Duvar A controversial pro-government foundation is constructing a dormitory in New York’s most expensive area, the U.S. representative of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has said. Yurter Özcan said that two floors of the 21-storey building, which is being constructed by the Türken Foundation with a bountiful donation made…

U.N. says Libya arms embargo a ‘joke’, demands accountability – Reuters

MUNICH (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and Stephanie Williams, Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Political Affairs in Libya, arrive to hold a news conference after a follow-up meeting of the international committee on Libya, in Munich, Germany. REUTERS/Michael Dalder “The arms embargo has become a joke, we all really need to step up here,” U.N. Deputy Special Representative to…

Syrian army enters key town as Turkey beefs up its troops – AP

In this photo released Wednesday Feb. 5, 2020 by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows Syrian government forces entering the village of Tel-Toukan, in Idlib province, northwest Syria. On Thursday, State media and opposition activists said Turkey has sent more reinforcements into northwestern Syria, setting up new positions in an attempt to stop a government offensive on the last rebel stronghold in the…

Congress Adopts Exxon Mobil-Backed Law Promoting New Gas Pipeline, Arms to Cyprus – The Intercept

In a bitterly divided Congress, lawmakers still managed to come together to help Exxon Mobil pass major legislation that could remake the geopolitics of the Middle East and Europe. During the holiday season legislative blitz in December, legislators tucked an obscure provision into the omnibus spending package that lifted arms restrictions and boosted a controversial pipeline deal in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. The legislative…

Who Betrayed Hevrin Khalaf – BBC Our World (2020)

In October 2019, a rising star of Syrian democratic politics, 34-year-old Hevrin Khalaf, was brutally murdered in the Kurdish-governed north east of the country.

Yalda Hakim travels to Syria to investigate this young woman’s killing, her battle for freedom and empowerment, and her colleagues’ view that her death was the result of President Trump’s withdrawal of support from the Kurds, who have been a key…

France to send warships to support Greece in Turkish standoff – The Guardian

Greece’s prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, has welcomed a decision by France to dispatch war frigates to the eastern Mediterranean as a standoff with Turkey over regional energy reserves intensifies. With tensions between Athens and Ankara causing growing international alarm, Mitsotakis described the vessels as “guarantors of peace”. “The only way to end differences in the eastern Mediterranean is through international justice,” he told reporters…

France asks to join Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum – Reuters

CAIRO (Reuters) – France has asked to join the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum, which aims to develop the region’s gas market, Egypt’s petroleum ministry said on Thursday. The forum held its third meeting on Thursday in Cairo after being set up last year as part of efforts to transform the Eastern Mediterranean into a major energy hub. Other members include Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Greece,…

US lifts Cyprus arms embargo as Turkey fumes – Financial Mirror

The US Congress has lifted a 32-year-long arms embargo on Cyprus, defying Turkey as it seeks closer ties with Nicosia at a time of renewed regional tensions. Turkey warned that the US moves to lift the arms embargo would undermine efforts to reunite the island and create a “dangerous escalation.” The US decision “will have no outcome other than hampering efforts towards a settlement…

Turkey could free enslaved Yazidis. Instead, it’s keeping them – Washington Examiner

SINUNI, Iraq — Sinuni, an overwhelmingly Yazidi town just miles from the Syrian border, is a traumatized town. With the defeat of the Islamic State, it has largely rebuilt. Crowds gather in front of government offices to apply for compensation grants to help fund their rebuilding. Children walk alone to school, albeit overcrowding and a lack of teachers mean they must attend only one…

Turkey doesn’t rule out force to halt drilling off Cyprus – AP

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey could use its military forces to halt any exploratory gas drilling in waters off Cyprus that it claims as its own, Turkey’s foreign minister warned Wednesday. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told the pro-government A Haber news channel that Turkey “has the right to prevent” any unauthorized drilling in waters that it says fall within its own continental shelf. Asked…

NATO Summit 2019: The Remnants of a “Zombie Alliance” – Cato Institute

The most serious threat to the Alliance, though, is the erosion of the commitment to collective defense on the part of European populations. A September 2019 European Council on Foreign Relations survey revealed that an overwhelming majority of respondents in all European Union (EU) countries favored neutrality in any conflict between the United States and either Russia or China. Such neutralist sentiment strikes…

‘When they come, they will kill you’: Ethnic cleansing is already a reality in Turkey’s Syrian safe zone – The Independent

Turkey’s invasion into northern Syria has caused a demographic shift that many fear will become permanent, reports Richard Hall The brutal killings were not hidden, nor were they meant to be. From the very beginning of Turkey’s invasion of northern Syria, the fighters it sent across the border to carry out the mission have proudly documented their own war crimes. Videos posted online by soldiers…

After Six Decades, Turkey Is Now a U.S. Ally in Name Only – The New Yorker

This week’s White House meeting between Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan came at a moment of deepening strategic divide between the U.S. and Turkey.Photograph by Evan Vucci / AP / Shutterstock After a tirade of tweets condemning the House impeachment hearings on the future of his Presidency, Donald Trump spent the rest of Wednesday trying to cajole his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan,…

A new energy hub emerges among unlikely partners in the Mediterranean – Al Arabiya

The discovery of massive natural gas deposits in the Eastern Mediterranean is bringing old rivals together as the region looks to unite itself under a shared goal of energy independence. Following the finding of the Leviathan gas field offshore Israel more than a decade ago, exploration by energy firms is on the rise. Over 60 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas has been…

U.S. Drones Appear to Show Turkish-Backed Forces Targeting Civilians in Syria – WSJ

Drone footage adds to concerns over alleged war crimes, but some caution evidence isn’t conclusive After striking an agreement with the U.S. to pause a military offensive against Kurdish forces, Turkey is closer to something it has long sought: A slice of territory in northern Syria that Ankara wants to use as a “safe zone.” Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images U.S. military officials watched live…

Macron: NATO Is Suffering “Brain Death” – Cato Institute

Two developments in recent days highlight NATO’s mounting crisis of relevance. One was French President Emmanuel Macron’s stunning comment that ““What we are currently experiencing is the brain death of NATO.” It was not a casual, off‐​hand comment either. When asked whether he still believed in the Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty, under which an attack on one ally is considered as an attack…

Turkey’s Nuisance Value – BESA Center

BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,322, October 25, 2019 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Turkey’s value for the West is not about the good it can offer but the evil it might choose not to spread. In recent years western tolerance of Turkey has stemmed not from appreciation of its advanced democratic culture but from fears of the chaos it can unleash. This author coined the term…

Trump’s Turkey problem – Washington Examiner – Opinion

Trump’s Turkey problem – Washington Examiner – Opinion In what may well have been the shortest duration of sanctions in modern history, President Trump on Oct. 23 lifted all of the sanctions he had imposed on Turkey just nine days earlier for “escalating violence, endangering innocent civilians, and destabilizing the region” with its military incursion into northeast Syria. In his statement, Trump referred to…

How Jay Sekulow Got Involved in US Foreign Policy – Mother Jones

Pastor Andrew Brunson prays for President Donald Trump after being released from Turkish custody. Both Brunson and Trump were represented by Jay Sekulow.Olivier Douliery/CNP via ZUMA Rudy Giuliani has drawn substantial scrutiny in recent months over his alleged efforts to run a shadow foreign policy for Donald Trump in Ukraine. But the former New York City mayor isn’t the only lawyer for Trump who has…

Turkey’s Lobbyists Had Deep Access to Trump White House – Courthouse News

Turkey’s Lobbyists Had Deep Access to Trump White House – Courthouse News MANHATTAN (CN) – Ballard Partners, the firm dubbed “the Most Powerful Lobbyist in Trump’s Washington,” ended its years-long contract with Turkey’s state-run Halkbank last week, the day after that bank’s indictment in a record-breaking money-laundering scheme. Halkbank’s prosecution comes amid the precipitous withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria following a phone call…

NATO’s Turkey Ties Must Change – Council on Foreign Relations

President Donald J. Trump may have thought that he was doing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan a favor by agreeing to move U.S. troops out of northern Syria, thereby allowing the Turkish military and allied Arab militias to invade Kurdish-controlled areas. But in so doing, Trump has plunged U.S.-Turkey relations into a greater crisis than ever, and raised fresh questions about whether Turkey still…

Christian Communities in Northeast Syria Are the Target of a Turkish Attack for the First Time in Over a Century – The National Interest

Christian Communities in Northeast Syria Are the Target of a Turkish Attack for the First Time in Over a Century – The National Interest Turkey plans to use the Syrian National Army, an alliance of Islamist rebels, for its operations in Northern Syria. Church bells rang out across the plains of northeast Syria, warning villagers to seek shelter from incoming air raids. It was…

Should Luxury Build Resale Into Its Business Model? – BoF

This week, Gucci launched a partnership with The RealReal, betting that the rewards of engaging with the second-hand market outweigh the risks. Resale is shaping up to be one of the big winners of the pandemic. Even as wider fashion sales slump significantly, the secondary market is exploding. According to a recent report by ThredUp, online second-hand sales of fashion goods are set to…

Turkish President: “We must reform the UN” – Turkish Journal

UNITED NATIONS (TURKISH JOURNAL) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gave a riveting speech at the United Nations 74th General Assembly on Tuesday, a day after The Climate Action Summit that brings a multitude of international leaders together with the express purpose of making commitments and finding innovative solutions to the climate crisis and pressing global issues. The Turkish president told the assembly that…

Five years with turbulent Turkey’s “militant people” – BBC News

Despite that generosity, there is much paranoia here. It is partly the legacy of the nationalist identity first built by Kemal Ataturk, the modern state’s founder.

“One, two, three, long live the Turks,” goes an old children’s rhyme for learning to count. It continues: “four, five, six, Poland collapsed. Seven, eight, nine, the Germans are pigs. Ten, eleven, twelve,…

Incitement and Paranoia in the Turkish Press – European Eye on Radicalization

The change of government in Turkey, away from the old secular elite to one dominant by the Islamist party of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has brought with it changes in the media environment. One notable feature of this new landscape is the presence of anti-Western paranoia and a general culture of conspiracy theories, including antisemitism.

Given that the media…

Database: over 40 former ISIS members now part of Turkish-backed forces – Rojava Information Center

Omar Abu Abdullahi in Afrin Over 40 former ISIS members now working in Afrin as part of Turkish-backed forces havebeen identified in a new database, published today by Rojava Information Center. They include commanders, brigade leaders, recruiting officers and co-ordinators workingdirectly with the Turkish intelligence services. The database includes their role under ISIS, their new role as part of Turkish-backed jihadist forces in the…

Saudi Journalist: Topple Erdogan – MEMRI

In his July 5, 2019 column in the Saudi daily Al-Jazirah, journalist Muhammad Aal Al-Sheikh addressed the waning of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s power in his country, manifested in his candidate’s failure to win the municipal elections in Istanbul and in the increasing dissatisfaction of the younger generation in Turkey with his regime. Assessing that this situation could lead to Erdogan’s downfall, Aal…

EU slaps sanctions on Turkey over gas drilling off Cyprus – AP

BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union foreign ministers on Monday turned up the pressure on Turkey after approving an initial batch of sanctions against the country over its drilling for gas in waters where EU member Cyprus has exclusive economic rights. The ministers said in a statement that in light of Turkey’s “continued and new illegal drilling activities,” they were suspending talks on an air…

Turkish president Erdogan′s bodyguards clash with Bosnian police – Deutsche Welle

Local media reported “pushing” and “verbal exchanges” after the president’s bodyguards refused to hand over their weapons on arrival at Sarajevo airport.

“They were aggressive and behaved as if they were in their own country,” chief of Bosnian border police Zoran Galic told the Dnevni Avaz news portal. “They did not respect our laws and deserved to be arrested.”

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey’s pugnacious president – BBC News

The four-finger salute – the “rabaa” – came from Muslim Brotherhood protests in Egypt in 2013 From humble beginnings Recep Tayyip Erdogan has grown into a political giant, reshaping Turkey more than any leader since Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the revered father of the modern republic. But in the past year the economy has deteriorated, with inflation rising to some 20%, a weaker Turkish lira…

EastMed gas: Paving the way for a new geopolitical era? – Deutsche Welle

Opening the newspapers in Cyprus these days, gas developments pop out as a priority issue. It is one of the most discussed topics in the media and by the local population. There are a number of reasons for this — on economic, political and security levels. On June 5, the Cypriot government said it has reached a production sharing agreement (PSA) for the development…

Erdoğan and the Last Quest for the Greenmantle – ICSR

Unlike Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the secular Turkish Republic built on the ashes of the Ottoman Empire in Anatolia, who attempted to separate Turkey from its Ottoman past, Erdoğan believes that the modern Turkish Republic is nothing but ‘a continuation of the Ottomans’.

Erdoğan’s pan-Islamist turn is not dissimilar to that of the Ottoman Empire in its…

Turkey and the EU: A Doomed Engagement – BESA Center

BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,155, April 28, 2019 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The March 31 elections, which blended victory with defeat for Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, put a further brake on Turkey’s stalled membership talks with the EU. The Islamist strongman appears to be the willing political hostage of Turkey’s Grey Wolves. Two decades ago, the big question in Brussels and Ankara was, “Will…

Venezuela-Turkey Trading Scheme Enriches Mysterious Maduro Crony – Bloomberg

Venezuela-Turkey Trading Scheme Enriches Mysterious Maduro Crony – Bloomberg Investigators say retrofitted criminal networks are being used to trade gold for the food that’s propping up the regime. In the late afternoon of July 15, 2016, a cluster of staffers inside the Turkish Embassy in Caracas struggled to make sense of the images from home flashing across their televisions and computer screens. Military trucks…

The time has come for a new EU strategy for Turkey – Turkish Minute

COOPERATION AND INTEGRATION, two carrots of the European Union, are considered influential and effective policy tools that enable the transformation of candidate and associated countries. In this context the EU contributes to peaceful coexistence in Europe and its neighboring regions and promotes economic and political stability, prosperity, democracy, human rights and the rule of law across Europe. Many countries rode the wave of European integration for…

Why I’m Sick of Turkey – Council on Foreign Relations

Washington continues to claim Ankara as “strategic partner.” Let’s stop pretending it is. I suspect that many Americans feel this way, about the bird and the country. Yet a small group of Washington foreign policy hands—at the State Department, at the Pentagon and in congressional offices—continue to make the case for Turkey as a “strategically important” partner to the United States. On paper, the…

Fake news in Turkey: Hunting for truth in land of conspiracy – BBC News

“News literacy is very low in Turkey,” says Mehmet Atakan Foca. “It’s more about propaganda. People live in an echo chamber, accusing others of being terrorists or pro-government, creating false stories to strengthen their opinions.” Even fact-checking itself is used as a tool in a country riven by mistrust and division.

“News literacy is very low in Turkey,” says Mehmet Atakan Foca. “It’s more…

The Gucci Pubic Hair Ad Might Be More Controversial 15 Years Later – GARAGE

The Gucci Pubic Hair Ad Might Be More Controversial 15 Years Later – GARAGE Photograph by Mario Testino. Is pubic hair the last fashion faux pas? If provocation was the point (and it was), Tom Ford’s Spring 2003 Gucci advertising campaign was an immeasurable success. The Mario Testino-shot photos, styled by French fashion editor Carine Roitfeld, featured an image of model Carmen Kass against…

How President Erdogan Is Turning Turkey Into Putin’s Russia – The Globalist

Erdogan’s policies are effectively closing the doors to that transformation, as money and the creative classes alike are fleeing the country.

At the same time, Erdogan can no longer rely on an inflow of international money or talent as substitutes. Nobody wants to live or do business in a country where YouTube and Twitter are periodically banned.

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The four articles that led to Turkey’s Wikipedia ban | Ahval

The four articles that led to Turkey’s Wikipedia ban | Ahval Despite Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s claim that Wikipedia was banned in Turkey due to ‘national security’ concerns, the ban of the popular online encylopedia occured due to multiple reasons such as the country’s role in Syria; the reputation of Erdoğan family members; and even Turkish national history, Israeli Haaretz daily asserted. Turkey blocked access…

Tiny Islands Make for Big Tensions Between Greece and Turkey – New York Times

KASTELLORIZO, Greece — In the narrow Mediterranean strait between the easternmost islands of Greece and the shoreline of western Turkey, Kostas Raftis steered his fishing dinghy along the invisible maritime border dividing the two countries. Usually, this is a placid spot where Mr. Raftis fishes for red mullet and snapper. Now it is unexpectedly becoming a geopolitical flash point. Last week, a low-flying Turkish…

Painting of Turkey’s President Erdogan with a banana up his buttocks sparks anger at German art fair – South China Morning Post

A German artist complained Friday after a gallery took down his depiction of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with a banana in his buttocks.

Thomas Baumgaertel’s provocative painting, Turkish dictator, sparked noisy complaints and protests at an art fair in Karlsruhe, 38 miles (60km) northwest of Stuttgart.

Amid the row, the fair’s organisers tweeted that it was…

China’s ‘Three Warfares’ in Perspective – War on the Rocks

China’s ‘Three Warfares’ in Perspective – War on the Rocks Editor’s Note: This is the second installment in “Ministry of Truth,” a special series on state-sponsored influence operations. Read the first installment here.  China introduced the concepts of public opinion warfare, psychological warfare, and legal warfare when it revised the “Political Work Guidelines of the People’s Liberation Army” in 2003. Knowledge of these “Three…

The Biggest Sanctions-Evasion Scheme in Recent History – The Atlantic

And the swashbuckling gold trader at its center Yesterday, Turkish banker Mehmet Hakan Atilla was found guilty in a Manhattan courtroom for a range of financial crimes. His dramatic trial revealed that tens of billions in dollars and gold moved from Turkey to Iran through a complex network of businesses, banks, and front companies. The trial was a long time coming. In late October…

The Unyielding Paranoia of Recep Tayyip Erdogan – The Atlantic

In a speech before the Turkish parliament on November 21, Erdogan referred to the raid on Aslan’s home as “one of the greatest traps in history.” He has suggested Gulen and his followers are influencing U.S. prosecutors in a plot against Turkish sovereignty—a message that plays well to supporters of his Justice and Development Party (AKP), who have become increasingly dissatisfied with U.S. policy…

The EU and Turkey – What comes after the end of the road? – Ahval

The European Union held a series of meetings between Oct. 17 and 19 designed to set the tone for a radical shift in relations, as recommended by a growing number of politicians in EU Member States as well as the EU institutions. The Commission is tasked with presenting the Council with a roadmap aiming to unravel the present ambiguity whereby Turkey has the status…

How To Become A Greek Oligarch In Seven Easy Steps

How To Become A Greek Oligarch In Seven Easy Steps ATHENS, GREECE — Greece is a country that is famously known for its strong tradition in the maritime sector, and for its many wealthy shipowners. Names such as Onassis and Latsis have become globally known and are synonymous with great wealth and with a playboy lifestyle of mingling with the rich and famous. Greece…

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