Bledar Feta, Junior Research Fellow of South East Europe Programme of ELIAMEP, is one of the contributors of the first edition of the AIIS Observatory: Tirana’s International Relations Voice where he analyzes the Greek Foreign Policy in the Balkans.

In his article, Bledar Feta argues that the new Greek government will take the advantage of the new momentum in the Balkans through the adoption of a more moderate foreign policy to reorient Greek interests in the region.

The revision and the modernization of Greece’s foreign policy in the region would be the best scenario for returning to normality. The ideal normality will be to the large extent oriented towards the closing of all pending issues inherited by the past allowing Greek diplomacy to invest more capital in other more pressing issues in the east.

You can find his article titled “Greek Policy in the Balkans: Old Fashion Politics or New Momentum?” here.