Regional Report: Eastern Mediterranean ///

The geopolitical composition of the Eastern Mediterranean region is complex, as it has only recently begun accepting recognition as its own entity. Comprised of Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt and Cyprus, the region has, by and large, been acknowledged as merely an extension of the Middle East, Southeastern Europe or Western Asia.

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