Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos displayed to his American interlocutors a total lack of policy coordination within his country’s coalition government when he proposed to replace the Prespes Agreement, designed to resolve the Name Dispute between Greece and Macedonia/FYROM, with a new Balkan alliance to thwart Russian activity in the region, a move that Kammenos believes would hopefully satisfy Washington’s primary regional concern.

Kammenos’ proposals to high-level US officials unleashe...


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