Delphi Economic Forum III took place between March 1st and 4th 2018, aiming to identify the main global trends, assess their implications and review the resulting challenges and policy options confronting decision-makers of the wider Eastern Mediterranean Region. Moreover, it placed Greece’s need for structural reforms and new leadership strategies under the microscope with the aim to explore a new model of governance.

There has been a strong focus on security issues mainly due to dramatic events around the world. Security issues now need to be viewed from a much broader perspective. How to best marshall a countries resources and assets, in order to achieve the goal of national security?

Thanos Dokos,
Director General, Hellenic Foundation of European and Foreign Policy – ELIAMEP, Greece



A balanced and thorough analysis of Turkey’s relations with the Transatlantic community as well as a cool-headed assessment of the areas where Turkey and the West still benefit from continued cooperation.