Eva J. Koulouriotis is a political analyst specialising in the Middle East
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Analysis: Once a close partner in North Africa, Greek-Libyan ties frayed during the civil war. Now, Athens is laying the foundations to become a key player in the country's future.
Analysis: The Eastern Mediterranean was simmering with tensions last summer, but there is now cautious optimism following positive overtures between Greece and Turkey at the NATO summit.
Analysis: The beginning of a new chapter in Egypt-Turkey relations could also pave the way for changes in the wider region.
Analysis: Concerns about Turkey's regional assertiveness have pushed Greece to adopt a more proactive foreign policy, with Athens building new military and diplomatic alliances.
Analysis: Fault lines in the Gulf crisis have long played out in the Eastern Mediterranean, but that could be set to change.
Analysis: With new power blocs emerging within Europe, the future of EU-Turkey ties, and the union itself, could be at stake.
Analysis: With Greece seeking a more active role from Biden in the Aegean Sea, Turkey could find itself constrained by the president-elect.
Analysis: The road to a solution between Athens and Ankara is shorter if it does not pass through Washington.
Tensions between Greece and Turkey have ignited a geopolitical storm in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Analysis: The pact between Athens and Cairo is part of a wider regional battle for influence in the Mediterranean.