Turkey, Europe, and the Eastern Mediterranean: Charting a way out of the current deadlock

Introduction Greco-Turkish maritime disputes, couched in competing narratives of national sovereignty, are nothing new. Their genesis dates as far back as the founding periods of the two states. These disputes have traditionally taken the form of a frozen conflict, with occasional flare-ups. Given this backdrop, what are the driving factors behind the current dispute, which … Continue reading Turkey, Europe, and the Eastern Mediterranean: Charting a way out of the current deadlock