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Dr Panagiotarea discusses the Greek election result in an analysis published on Heinrich Böll Foundation’s website

There is no doubt about it: Tsipras proved a real master of the political game. His gamble paid off. In fact, whether by accident or by design, he won more […]

Prof. Anna Triandafyllidou analyses on EUROPP how the EU could better manage the migration crisis

Professor Anna Triandafyllidou wrote an article on European Politics and Policy  blog of LSE on ‘EU migration talks: What EU governments can do to help solve the crisis’. The article is […]

New MERP focuses on Greek entrepreneurship in the Middle East

The 15th issue of the Middle East Mediterranean focuses on Greek entrepreneurship in the Middle East. It mainly deals with four sectors of economy : basic chemicals and raw chemical […]

IRMA Policy Paper

The loss of over a thousand human lives in an effort to cross the Mediterranean has once again drawn media and political attention to the challenges that the EU is […]

The portrayal of SYRIZA in the Balkans

In the run up to the January 2015 elections, the South-East Europe Programme of ELIAMEP undertook an ambitious two part research study in an effort to analyse and document the […]

Associate Professor Dim. A. Sotiropoulos analyses negotiations between Greece and its creditors in The Book’s Journal

Associate Professor  at the University of Athens and  Senior Research Fellow at ELIAMEP Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos wrote an article in The Book’s Journal on negotiations between the Greek government and its creditors.  The […]

Border Criminology themed week on migrant crisis in Greece organised by Dr Angeliki Dimitriadi

Greece has emerged in recent years as a critical transit site for irregular migrants and asylum seekers that wish to continue to Northern Europe. Due largely to its geographical location, […]

Dr Filippa Chatzistavrou discusses the referendum in a CEPS paper

Research Fellow of ELIAMEP Dr Filippa Chatzistavrou wrote an analysis on the referendum in Greece. This analysis was published on the website of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS). It […]

Writing for Carnegie Europe Dr Thanos Dokos explores the geopolitical repercussions of a Grexit

Grexit would have profound (although not equally distributed) geopolitical consequences for all sides involved. Even if Greece were to leave the eurozone but remain in the EU, the country’s contribution to various […]

New study on understanding misconceptions between Greece and Kosovo

Given the complex relations between Greece and Kosovo, the Athens-based South-East Europe Programme of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) and the Pristina-based Gani Bobi Center jointly […]
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