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This year’s Halki International Seminars focused on the role of the transatlantic institutions in helping local stakeholders address security challenges in the Middle East, the Black Sea and Southeastern Europe. In the interview that follows, St. Everts discusses his views on EU energy policy.

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This year’s Halki International Seminars focused on the role of the transatlantic institutions in helping local stakeholders address security challenges in the Middle East, the Black Sea and Southeastern Europe. In the interview that follows, D. Zenghelis discusses his views on climate change.

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Le 14 octobre 2009, la Commission européenne a adopté son paquet d’élargissement qui comprend le rapport de suivi annuel sur trois pays candidats (la Turquie, la Croatie et l’ARYM) et cinq autres pays des Balkans qui souhaitent rejoindre l’UE. L’Ancienne République Yougoslave de Macédoine est devenue officiellement un pays candidat à l’intégration européenne en décembre […]

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The second meeting of the EU-funded Research Project on European Identities and European Modernities (IME) took place in Athens on 19-20 November, hosted by ELIAMEP.
IME investigates the diversity and commonalities among European identities in the nine cases. It examines the various ways in which diverse self-definitions have been formulated and maintained in different societal, cultural […]

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Will Greece follow Dubai World into financial turmoil? Is putting matters in this alarmist tone fear mongering or the expression of a conspiracy theory? The flip-side of this question is the no less reassuring issue how realistic the expectation is that eurozone membership will once again protect Greece from itself and/or from speculative attack?
Whoever sought […]

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