While Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras successfully avoided triggering national elections over the painful ratification battle for June’s Prespes Agreement with the newly renamed country of North Macedonia, the Greek political world is still trying to adjust to the changed reality and context in which it finds itself. Some small parties have been decimated. No date has been set for Greece’s national elections which must be held by October at the latest. NATO, meanwhile, wasted no time whatsoe...


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