February 2018

Imia/Kardak Dispute: A NATO Dilemma...

(edmaps.com, February 14, 2018)

 SEE ALSO: Maps of January 2018

This site is optimized for Internet Explorer 9.0 or above

For any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to contact us: informations@edmaps.com.

If you didn’t receive any answer from us in reasonable period of time (72 hours), you probably have a spam-filter problem. In such a situation, please use Facebook or Twitter (direct messages) for a better communication.

Battle_for_Afrin_January_21_2018d

(Click on the map for a larger image!)

Battle_for_Northwestern_Syria_February_3_2018b

Northwestern Syria: A Control Map at the Beginning of February 2018

(edmaps.com, February 3, 2018)

Greece-Turkey-Dispute-Imia-Kardak

Share this page

The US calls on Greece and Turkey to de-escalate... (Ahval, Feb. 14, 2018)

More info...

The United States called on Turkey and Greece to de-escalate tensions over rocky uninhabited islets in the Aegean Sea claimed by both countries. Turkish and Greek coastguard vessels have twice collided near the disputed Kardak islets ... Read more

A new status quo... (Kathimerini, February 13, 2018)

The policy of Finlandization that Turkey is carrying out in certain areas where it claims that there are gray zones - in other words questioning their sovereignty - is a dangerous development. Tis is what has been happening for some time... Read more

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Turkey and Greece have agreed to settle tensions through dialogue, a day after a Greek coast guard vessel was... Read more

Turkey, Greece to use dialogue to calm... (Washington Post, February 14, 2018)

There’s a real danger of a clash between US and Turkish forces. The administration shold make clear that it won’t tolerate any more bad behavior... Read more

Turkey is out of control. Time for the US to say so (politico, Feb. 13, 2018)

The Maps of the Month

Home page
Facebook_EdmapsCom
Twitter_EdmapsCom
Home_page