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European Union’s Mediterranean Security Policy: An Assessment

TitleEuropean Union’s Mediterranean Security Policy: An AssessmentAuthorYiannis A. StivachtisEditionWP99.001, 1999

Η Ισλαμική Εκπαίδευση στην Τουρκία: Η περίπτωση των Imam-Hatip

Η αυξανόμενη δυναμική ψήφων του Refah, σε συνδυασμό με την αύξηση των αποφοίτων των imam-hatip και των μαθητών που παρακολουθούσαν τους κορανικούς κύκλους μαθημάτων, αναμφίβολα θεωρήθηκε από μέρους κυρίως του […]

Περιφερειακή Συνεργασία στην Ανατολική και Νοτιοανατολική Ευρώπη

Οι σύγχρονες εξελίξεις στα Βαλκάνια (π.χ. κρίση στο Κόσοβο) ευνοούν την ανάληψη νέων πολιτικών πρωτοβουλιών της Ελλάδος για την προώθηση της συνεργασίας, σε πολυμερή και διμερή βάση, αλλά και μέσα […]

Barriers to the Transition of Enterprises in BSEC Countries from Central Plan to Market Economy

The need for transforming managerial practices in BSEC1 countries from those employed in centralized, command economies to those appropriate for a competitive market-driven business environment is widely recognized. However, little […]

EU Enlargement: How Much it Will Cost and Who Will Pay

The “cost of enlargement” and its distribution among Member States are the most sensitive and controversial issue in the enlargement exercise. Predictably the budgetary cost and, more precisely, the cost […]

The Management of the Sea Lanes of Communication in South East Asia and the ASEAN Regional Forum’s Performance

Maritime issues are, thus, at the forefront of current security concerns in South East Asia. Many emerging regional security concerns, such as piracy, pollution from oil spills, safety of Sea […]

Democratization in the Arab-Muslim World

Arab regimes have adopted three types of attitude towards the rising force of islamist movements: eradication, selective cooptation and inclusion. We will particularly focus on the inclusion strategy, which offers […]

The Impact of Contractual Relations Between EC/EU and Central and Eastern European Countries in Solving Local Conflicts

The EU approach to conflicts is reactive rather than proactive. In many cases it responds only when a tense situation has arisen or after a violent clash has occurred. Intervention […]

Security Considerations in the Euro-Mediterranean Area

The geopolitical shifts that have taken place throughout the Mediterranean since the Barcelona conference in November 1995 and the course of events at the Malta EuroMediterranean conference in April 1997 […]

The Troubled Triangle: Cyprus, Greece, Turkey

The question addressed here concerns Cyprus and the relationship between Greece and Turkey. It falls within the broad question of European security and it should be considered within this broader […]
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