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‘Trends in radicalization that may lead to violence – a background study on Greece’

This report written by Dr Dia Anagnostou and Dr Dimitris Skleparis was completed in the frame of the RAD MONITOR project. Its main objective is to provide a background study […]

‘Radicalisation that may lead to violence – A policy report on Greece’

This policy report written by Dr Dia Anagnostou and Dr Dimitris Skleparis provides a brief overview of the phenomenon of radicalization in its different forms in Greece, which is based […]

Celebrating 10 Years of the ERC! Grassrootsmobilise and its milestones

The European Research Council (ERC) is celebrating its first 10 years and we would like to share in this by presenting the achievements and milestones of Grassrootsmobilise, the first ERC-funded […]

New study on Greek-Bulgarian relations

 The new study of the South-East Europe Programme is entitled ‘Greek-Bulgarian relations: Present state and future challenges’. The authors of the report are Yorgos Christidis, Ioannis Armakolas and Panagiotis Pachalidis. […]

Carnegie Europe debate: Can the EU ever be strategic?

The question should be reversed: Can the EU have any kind of meaningful role without being strategic? The EU has not fared very well in comparison with its main competitors […]

Can a multi-speed Europe provide an answer to EU’s problems?

It appears that the EU’s solution to its current directionless and delegitimised state is a multi-speed Europe. It is ironic that the 27-nation bloc prepares to mark 60 years since […]

ELIAMEP and HALC explore if a viable solution in Cyprus is feasible

The Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) and the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC) issued a joint paper exploring if a viable solution in Cyprus is feasible. This paper […]

What future for EU enlargement policy?

The Enlargement has been on the EEC/EU agenda all along its history and was believed to be its “most successful” policy. Although enlargement policy was built on values and rules, geopolitics […]

Lessons from the Greek case during then migration and asylum crisis

ELIAMEP Research Fellow Dr Angeliki Dimitriadi contributed with a chapter on the Greek case in the edited volume: Beyond the migration and asylum crisis – Options and lessons for Europe. This […]

Successes and failures in dealing with corruption in Bulgaria, Greece and Romania

This article authored by Roxana Bratu, Dimitri Sotiropoulos and Maya Stoyanova and published in Slavonic and East European Review examines the construction and development of corruption concerns and anti-corruption practices […]
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