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1. WHY DO MASS EXPULSIONS STILL HAPPEN?

2. The Normalization of Political Violence and the 2023 Legislative Elections in Greece

3. Lessons Learned from the Development of Turkish IR: A View from Greece

4. The Greek Defence Sector: Turning the Page?

5. Domestic implementation of European Court of Human Rights’ judgments related to immigration in Greece

6. The Syrian Civil War Twelve Years On: Can There Be a Constructive Role for Greece?

7. Drafting Greece’s “Internal Security Strategy” – Challenges and Prospects

8. Diplomatic scramble: Greek foreign policy towards Libya

9. Breaking the Stalemate in the Study of the Relationship of Mutual Military Buildups, Arms Races, and Militarized Disputes: The Greece-Turkey/Ottoman Empire Cases

10. Defence expenditure and public debt in Greece: A non-linear relationship

11. NATO's Strategic Concept: Implications for Greece and Türkiye

12. COSCO in Piraeus: Investment Embeddedness and the Question of Chinese 'influence'

13. Nationalism, enmity and reconciliation: Turkish party supporters’ polarized views on Greece

14. Cooperation against the odds: Getting small firms to work together in unfavourable circumstances

15. Adapting to New Realities: Israel’s foreign policy in post-Netanyahu times

16. Using RRF resources to kick-start a job-rich recovery in Greece

17. Georgian-Greek Relations: Building a Strategic Dimension

18. Greece and Turkey in the world today: the public’s view

19. Local community views on Marine Protected Areas on Greek islands

20. Regional power competition in the Eastern Mediterranean: the return of naval power and the changes technology brings

21. Achieving qualitative superiority: Greek conscription and the Turkish threat

22. Household Wealth Inequalities in the wake of the Greek Debt Crisis

23. Transparency policy in Greece: From citizen empowerment to anticorruption and open data

24. Greco-Turkish relations at their lowest ebb

25. Between Erdogan, Mitsotakis, and Biden: The Evolving Ankara-Athens-Washington Triangle

26. Turkey's ‘Precious Loneliness’ vs. Greece's Multilateralism

27. What is the agenda for the Eastern Mediterranean?

28. Holding the Hard-line: What is behind Iran’s seizure of Greek ships in Arabian Gulf?

29. The US economic presence in Greece – George Tzogopoulos

30. How to make I.T. in Greek Manufacturing: Evidence and Policy Recommendations

31. The Eastern Mediterranean conflict: From Turkey-Greece confrontation to regional power struggles

32. Making Connectivity Work: Transforming the Port of Thessaloniki into a Top Hub for Southeast Europe and Beyond

33. Emigration and Fiscal Austerity in the Greek Depression

34. Citizens’ views on fake news and false narratives about the European Union – FACTS project

35. Greece, Russia and the EU: The Way Forward

36. The Digital Markets Act (DMA): Between European autonomy and transatlantic cooperation

37. Nudging for Recovery: Behavioral Economics and the implementation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan

38. The role of Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean conflict zone: A country transformed and a glimpse into the future

39. Skills mismatch in the Greek labour market: insights from a youth survey

40. Greece’s Rise as a Trans-Mediterranean Power: Greece’s Eastern Mediterranean strategic shift to Europe-to-Africa and Europe-to-Middle East connectivity

41. Turkish drones, Greek challenges

42. Greek Diaspora in an uncertain world

43. Revisiting and going beyond the EU-Turkey migration agreement of 2016: an opportunity for Greece to overcome being just “Europe’s aspis”

44. Ahead of the five-party meeting: Convergences and bridgeable differences towards the reunification of Cyprus

45. A fresh start for Greece-Libya relations: A view from Nicosia

46. The ‘Magnificent Seven’ of European Defence Integration

47. Public Administration in the era of Covid-19: Policy Responses and Reforms underway

48. Turkey-Greece: From Maritime Brinkmanship to Dialogue

49. Turkey-Greece: From Maritime Brinkmanship to Dialogue

50. China’s Influence in Southeastern, Central, and Eastern Europe: Vulnerabilities and Resilience in Four Countries

51. Detention as the Default: How Greece, with the support of the EU, is generalizing administrative detention of migrants

52. Modern Monetary Theory Meets Greece and Chicago

53. Greece, Cyprus, and the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process

54. Albania-Greece Sea Issue Through the History Facts and the Future of Conflict Resolution

55. The Challenges of Redressing Violations of Economic and Social Rights in the Aftermath of the Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis

56. Between Geopolitics and Geoeconomics: The Growing Role of Gulf States in the Eastern Mediterranean

57. Greece and Turkey: A Prime Example of a Complicated Relationship

58. Assessing the cost of friction between NATO allies

59. Greece-Israel Relations Help Stabilize the Eastern Mediterranean

60. Biden’s Eastern Mediterranean Agenda

61. The Rise and Fall of Golden Dawn: Organized Racism Suffered a Great Defeat in Greece—But the Fight is Far from Over

62. Turkish-Greek Rapprochement in the 1930s: The British Factor as a Third Party

63. Structural Shifts and Regional Security: A View from Israel

64. The Interests of Eastern Mediterranean States and Israeli Policies

65. Athens and Jerusalem Have a Diplomatic Opportunity

66. Spring 2020: The International Student Journey

67. All Hands on Deck: the Crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Need for US Leadership

68. Greece’s Resource Blessing Comes with Hurdles

69. Education and wage inequalities in Greece: access to higher education and its effects on income

70. Bank recapitalizations in Greece: From state-led bailouts to the ownership transfer of banks to foreign hands

71. The Greek-Turkish Maritime Disputes: An International Law Perspective

72. It’s Time for a New Deal

73. Greek-American relations: what next?

74. Refugees at the gate of Europe

75. Greece and Israeli-Turkish relations

76. Looking for a bridge over troubled waters: the forthcoming New Pact on Migration and Asylum

77. Greek-Russian Relations: A Potential to Mend Strained Ties

78. Taking the EU out of the EastMed pipeline quagmire

79. Migration Trends in Eastern Europe during COVID-19

80. Turkey-Greece Relations: Growing Tensions and Implications for Transatlantic Relations

81. How ‘demos’ met ‘cracy’: debt, inequality, money

82. Turkey and Greece: pouring gas on the eastern Mediterranean dispute

83. The Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum: Cooperation in the Shadow of Competition

84. Greece’s Eastern Mediterranean Policy

85. Turkey-Greece Confrontation and Georgia: Threats and Challenges

86. The Hellenic air – space violations by Turkish aircraft: A statistical assessment and a forecast

87. Unequivocal Diplomatic Support for the EEZ Agreement between Greece and Egypt

88. Israel, Greece, and the Turkish Challenge: Acute Testing Lies Ahead

89. The Struggle for the Mediterranean: The EMGF Stake in the Libyan Civil War

90. The Struggle for the Eastern Mediterranean: Israel’s Role following the Berlin Summit on Libya

91. Israel-Greece-Cyprus take on Turkey in the Mediterranean

92. Guiding Principles for Israel’s Foreign Policy toward the Eastern Mediterranean

93. How International Oil Companies Could Assist Greece to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals: A Conversation Starter

94. In the Aegean, Energy Sustainability = Increased Security

95. Interventions to Reduce Gender Based Violence in Humanitarian Settings

96. Vulnerable Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants in Albania: Trends, Challenges, and Policy Solutions

97. The refugee ‘crisis’ in Greece: politicisation and polarisation amidst multiple crises

98. Bulgaria sets tough conditions on North Macedonia’s EU accession path

99. Asylum-seekers’ integration: The time has come

100. The Ethics of Kin State Activism: A Cosmopolitan Defense