“Washington and Brussels have come to terms with how necessary Ankara is, with the latter marketing its enhanced bargaining power, since the West considers it more necessary than ever. In addition, it has accepted its strategic autonomy with a tangible example of its shifting relationship with Russia in selected areas of action. This reflects the will of the Turkish leadership to make the country a self-contained regional power. A development that presupposed the activation of differentiated service policies of a multidimensional foreign policy,” writes Sotiris Serbos in his article on Capital.gr.

You may find the article in Greek here.