Greece, Cyprus and Israel have signed a deal for an undersea pipeline designed to move gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to Europe. EastMed is intended to provide an alternative gas source for energy-hungry Europe.
Greece, Cyprus and Israel all have the political will to sign a deal on a gas pipeline in the eastern Mediterranean. But is the project worth the money?
Amid tense relations between Greece and Turkey, Athens has boosted its military presence along their shared border. The area has become a hot spot in a broader brewing geopolitical conflict.
The Turkish parliament has decided to deploy troops to fight in Libya's civil war. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is not only helping an ally in need — he is also helping himself.
Amid outright confrontation between the European Union and Turkey about Ankara's drilling program in the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus is moving on with its gas export plans. Could it be a bumpy ride?
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