Interview – Eva Koulouriotis

E-International Relations • Jan 24 2021 • Features

Political analyst Eva Koulouriotis discusses Turkish foreign policy, Turkey’s role in Nagorno-Karabakh, as well as her work with the European Union of Women.

Constant Crisis and Political Byzantinism

Georgios Arabatzis • May 21 2020 • Articles

The politics that deals with multifaceted crises was limited to restrictive policies operating behind a rhetoric that one could acknowledge as political Byzantinism.

Democracy in Virulent Times: Symbols and the Future of National Populism

Alexandros Koutsoukis • Mar 31 2020 • Articles

Winning the battle of symbols is of strategic significance and will define the character of our nations, the future of our democracies, and the legacy of populism.

Alternative Approaches to Self-Determination Applied to the Cyprus Conflict

Charis van den Berg and Tobias Nowak • Mar 13 2020 • Articles

The UN paradigm has a number of shortcomings and is therefore inadequate to answer modern claims involving self-determination, such as the Cyprus conflict.

Interview – Costas Constantinou

E-International Relations • Sep 19 2019 • Features

Costas Constantinou discusses the application of IR theory to diplomacy, the gap between scholarship on diplomacy and practice, plus the Cyprus Problem and identity.

Review – The Left Case Against the EU

Thomas Fazi • May 5 2019 • Features

An important contribution to the left debate over the European Union that mercilessly shatters many of the arguments presented by ‘remain and reform’ advocates.

Interview – Lewis Bush

E-International Relations • Nov 5 2018 • Features

Lewis Bush talks about the utilisation of visual art to comment on global issues such as Brexit, the European debt crisis, Trump and state practices of espionage.

Review – Adults in the Room: My Battle With Europe’s Deep Establishment

Alfredo Hernandez Sanchez • Oct 16 2018 • Features

Rather than a lesson on the economics of bailouts and austerity, Varoufakis’ memoir reads like a treatise on the politics of sovereign debt restructuring during crises.

Forced Migration and Security Threats to Syrian Refugee Women

Özlem Özdemir • Sep 1 2018 • Articles

When refugee women are empowered economically, socially and politically, they will have the ability to play a key role in preventing the spread of violence.

Containment Practices of Immobility in Greece

Andriani Fili • Aug 27 2018 • Articles

The narratives of crises, which have been employed since 2009, only grant moral legitimacy to Greece’s continued political, legal, and financial margin within Europe.

Europe’s Barbwire Fences: Reflections on Reporting the Refugee Crisis in Greece

Marianna Karakoulaki • Jun 24 2018 • Articles

The failure of states to protect refugees amounts to their failure to discontinue the violence created by borders. This is where a no borders politics comes as an answer.

Review – Too Little, Too Late: The Quest to Resolve Sovereign Debt Crises

Alfredo Hernandez Sanchez • Dec 2 2016 • Features

A timely volume that details what we have learned from a long history of attempts to govern sovereign debt, and which is bound to be a reference for debates yet to come.

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