By Zenonas Tziarras Back in 2012 it was argued that Syria has become an arena for conflicting regional and international interests. This reality is more salient today than any other time in the past.
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By Ioannis-Sotirios Ioannou With the situation in Syria entering into a new abyss regarding the ongoing diplomatic game, things are starting to become clearer in terms of Russia’s active support to the Assad regime.
By Ioannis-Sotirios Ioannou An alternative perspective on the civil conflict in Syria is inevitably linked with energy and geostrategic implications.
By Constantinos Adamides Turkey’s geopolitical importance is unquestionable; in the middle of three regional security complexes – the Balkan, the Caucasus and the Middle Eastern – it has the capacity to act either as an insulator state when it is advantageous, as with the case of the ongoing tragic refugee crisis, or in a non-insulator and hegemonic manner with the capacity to project its power over its weaker neighbors.
By Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis Culture can play an important role in the promotion of peace and in building trust and mutual understanding in conflict and post conflict situations.
By Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis Truth and Reconciliation Commissions (TRC), which have emerged as an international norm during the last quarter of a century, have been established in nearly forty countries and have become an important element for national reconciliation and post conflict peace-building.
By Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis When we talk about narratives, we define it as the spoken or written account of connected events, which could be real or imagined, that provide a chain of events that are recounted to others and especially to future generations.
By Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis There are today 25 countries in the world (out of the 193) that are federal, some of them since several centuries ago.
By Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis The interfaith and intercultural dialogue is meant to increase our understanding, our appreciation and our respect for other faiths and enhance our sensitivity towards the cultures and beliefs of other peoples with different religious and cultural backgrounds.
By Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis There is a huge potential for hydrocarbons in the Eastern Mediterranean region, both in terms of supply and of transport of gas.