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Prof. Michelle Pace will discuss migrant integration at the event “The paradigm shift and migrant integration: Is something rotten in the state of Denmark?” organized by Kingston University London

Prof. Michelle Pace will discuss migrant integration at the event “The paradigm shift and migrant integration: Is something rotten in the state of Denmark?” organized by Kingston University London

In the past few years, we have been witnessing a shift towards stricter migrant policies throughout Europe. Tomorrow, at the event “The paradigm shift and migrant integration: Is something rotten in the state of Denmark?”, EUMENIA partner Prof. Michelle Pace will discuss migrant integration and […]

Call for Papers: EUMENIA Conference on EU-Middle East Relations, University of Jordan, Amman, 28-29 March 2022

Call for Papers: EUMENIA Conference on EU-Middle East Relations, University of Jordan, Amman, 28-29 March 2022

The EU-Middle East Jean Monnet Network (EUMENIA) and the University of Jordan will convene an International Conference on 28-29 March 2022 that explores the multifaceted relationships – including the cultural, political, social, legal and economic interrelations – between the European Union and the Middle East. We welcome contributions from academics at […]

New Publication by Prof. Michelle Pace and Haim Jacobi: “Settler Colonialism (Without Settlers) and Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip”

New Publication by Prof. Michelle Pace and Haim Jacobi: “Settler Colonialism (Without Settlers) and Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip”

Israel’s ongoing settler colonialism in occupied Palestinian territory impacts Palestinians’ everyday life in all its aspects. In this article the authors demonstrate how Israel’s interventions, in particular since its “withdrawal” from the Gaza Strip in 2005, can be conceptualized through a combined lens of settler colonialism and slow violence.

For more information and to read the full article: http://siba-ese.unisalento.it/index.php/paco/article/view/24490

Prof. Michelle Pace discussed the recent events in Afghanistan: “The EU: Afghan refugee deportations”

Prof. Michelle Pace discussed the recent events in Afghanistan: “The EU: Afghan refugee deportations”

Prof. Michelle Pace participated in a discussion at “Scope with Waqar Rizvi” on “The EU: Afghan Refugee Deportations” by Indus News,  together with Tim Foxley and Marcus Engler. On this Episode 441, 13 August 2021, Prof. Pace addressed the issue of EU Afghan refugee deportations, the Afghan government’s request […]

Ritsa Panagiotou and Nikolaos Tzifakis, “The Changing Role of Greece in the Western Balkans: Between Isolation and a Prominent Role”

Ritsa Panagiotou and Nikolaos Tzifakis, “The Changing Role of Greece in the Western Balkans: Between Isolation and a Prominent Role”

Ritsa Panagiotou and Nikolaos Tzifakis, “The Changing Role of Greece in the Western Balkans: Between Isolation and a Prominent Role”, in E. Athanasopoulou, C. Tsardanidis, and E. Fakiolas, (eds) The Foreign Policy of Greece: Options and Expectations in the 21st Century, Athens: Papazisis Publishers, 2020, […]

Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis and Tena Prelec, “From mask to vaccine diplomacy: Geopolitical competition in the Western Balkans”, in G. Fruscione

Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis and Tena Prelec, “From mask to vaccine diplomacy: Geopolitical competition in the Western Balkans”, in G. Fruscione

Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis and Tena Prelec, “From mask to vaccine diplomacy: Geopolitical competition in the Western Balkans”, in G. Fruscione, (ed.) Pandemic in the Balkans: Geopolitics and Democracy at Stake, Milan: Ledizioni Ledi Publishing, Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), 2021, pp. 12-33.

Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis published an article: “Do Small Powers Retrench? Greece in the Western Balkans during the era of SYRIZA governance”

Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis published an article: “Do Small Powers Retrench? Greece in the Western Balkans during the era of SYRIZA governance”

Ritsa Panagiotou and Nikolaos Tzifakis published an article, “Do Small Powers Retrench? Greece in the Western Balkans during the era of SYRIZA governance”, Southeastern Europe, Vol. 45, No. 1, 2021, pp. 64-92 [Brill].

New Article by Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis: “Left-Wing Populism: The Rise of Syriza and its Consolidation as a Pillar of the Greek (Post-Crisis) Political System”,

New Article by Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis: “Left-Wing Populism: The Rise of Syriza and its Consolidation as a Pillar of the Greek (Post-Crisis) Political System”,

Panagiotis Liargovas and Nikolaos Tzifakis, “Left-Wing Populism: The Rise of Syriza and its Consolidation as a Pillar of the Greek (Post-Crisis) Political System”, Southeastern Europe, Vol. 45, No. 1, 2021, pp. 1-18 [Brill].

Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis published an article “Special Issue: Left-Wing Populism in Government: The case of Syriza in Greece”

Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis published an article “Special Issue: Left-Wing Populism in Government: The case of Syriza in Greece”

New publication! Panagiotis Liargovas and Nikolaos Tzifakis, (eds), “Special Issue: Left-Wing Populism in Government: The case of Syriza in Greece”, Southeastern Europe, Vol. 45, No. 1, 2021, pp. 1-150 [Brill].

New publication by Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis “The Geopolitical Turn of EU Enlargement: An Introduction”

New publication by Dr. Nikolaos Tzifakis “The Geopolitical Turn of EU Enlargement: An Introduction”

New publication by Milenko Petrovic and Nikolaos Tzifakis,“The Geopolitical Turn of EU Enlargement: An Introduction”, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Vol. 29, No. 2, 2021, pp. 157-168 [Routledge].