Eva J. Koulouriotis
Political analyst specialising in the Middle East with a focus on Syria, Iran, Iraq, Israel and Turkey; jihad and jihadist organisations and Greek-Turkish relations; Contributed to Al-Quds Al-Arabi, The New Arab, Al-Jazeera, Al-Sharq Qatar, Annahar, Orient News, Arab News, Huffington Post Greece, the Greek weekly Paraskinio and RT; Held several positions with the European Union of Women (EUW)
"[...] away from the media, the #Greek embassy in #Damascus reopened its doors about four months ago," writes Eva J. KOULOURIOTIS
"No one is questioning what is happening, neither from 'liberal, democratic and humanitarian' #Europe nor from international organizations," writes Eva J. KOULOURIOTIS
"Will the restoration of relations between #Ankara and #Assad be the beginning of the end of the revolution?" Eva J. Koulouriotis asks
"Nine years after this horrific bloodless slaughter, the killers, led by Bashar #Assad, are still unpunished," writes Eva J. Koulouriotis
"#Assad [...] is in my personal opinion the one and only to be accused in this game-changer operation," writes Eva J. Koulouriotis.
"Hafez Assad [...] chose to rebuild the structure of the Syrian state in a purely sectarian way," writes Eva J. Koulouriotis.
Throughout its existence, the Assad regime has infiltrated extremist groups not to fight them but to make them fight for it.
As we approach the 11th anniversary of the start of the Arab Spring, which was triggered by the self-immolation of the late Mohamed Bouazizi...
July 18, 2012, Athens It was a quiet summer day and, as usual in Greece, the first thing we think about is drinking cold coffee...