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Greece still the EU's weak link?
(Atlantic Council. Eurasian Center, 2017)
Russia has always had a strong—and sometimes reciprocated—interest in Greece. From the birth of modern Greece during its 1821 revolution against Ottoman Turkey to its contemporary relations with Greece’s ruling leftist ...
In the Shadow of Grexit: A Short Story of Long (and Failed) Negotiations, January-July 2015
(European Institute of Romania, 2015)
The article gives an outline of the failed strategy followed by the Greek government under Alexis Tsipras during the six-month negotiations with Greece’s creditors (January-July 2015). It is argued that Mr. Tsipras’ ...
SYRIZA en el gobierno: "Tomar el cielo por asalto"
(faes. Fundacion para el analisis y los estudios sociales, 2015)
En los últimos meses, los acontecimientos políticos en Grecia han atraído la atención internacional. La victoria de la Coalición de la Izquierda Radical (más conocida por su acrónimo SYRIZA) en las elecciones del 25 de ...
The Strategic Importance of Cyprus and the Prospect of Union with Greece, 1919–1931: The Greek Perspective
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-05)
The outbreak of the First World War brought about an important change in the status of Cyprus which was officially annexed by Great Britain. In the years that followed, successive Greek governments preferred not o pose ...
In times of crisis the classical linkage between leadership and reform emerges with a renewed relevance. This issue has gained particular importance in the European Union due to its peculiar supranational consensus culture. ...