Greece, Japan, and Maritime Disputes
By Georgios Zacharias
As Greece’s maritime dispute with Turkey heats up, Athens is finding more and more common ground with Tokyo.
China’s Foreign Minister Tries Again to Win Europe Back
By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s foreign minister is limiting his European tour to friendlier ground, in hopes of halting a downward slide in China-Europe relations.
China’s Global Port Play
By Eleanor Albert
China’s port building plans are more complex than conventional wisdom suggests.
China’s “16+1” Is Dead? Long Live the “17+1.”
By Emilian Kavalski
This year’s summit might be the last for the “16+1” initiative – not because it’s dying, but because it’s expanding.
How a Greek Port Became a Chinese ‘Dragon Head’
By Andreea Brînză
The Greek port of Piraeus has become the first pillar of China’s new Maritime Silk Road in Europe.
China's Mediterranean Odyssey
By Elodie Sellier
China has bought Greece’s Piraeus port, but how realistic is Beijing's Mediterranean dream?
Is China’s Silk Road Coming to Europe? Not So Fast
By Andrew Witthoeft
China's attempts to extend the New Silk Road westward have encountered problems.
Can China’s New Silk Road Save the Greek Economy?
By Gian Luca Atzori
China’s massive project has enormous implications for Greece, and Europe.