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Book Review: D. A. Sotiropoulos, The Presidentialisation of Political Parties in the Western Balkans

BOOK REVIEW: D. A. SOTIROPOULOS, THE PRESIDENTIALISATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE WESTERN BALKANS

Professor Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos published a book review on Passarelli (ed),The Presidentialization of Political Parties in the Western Balkans, London: Palgrave 2019,  Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, DOI: 10.1080/14683857.2022.2076990

 

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GUEST LECTURE: 9/5/2022

On Monday 9 May Dr Tina Stavrinaki, Member of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Cyprus will give a Guest lecture on "The role of the European Court of Human Rights in the protection of human rights in Southeast Europe" to the students of the course of International Law and...

APPLY NOW! ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-2023

APPLY NOW! ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-2023

The application process is open for the academic year 2022-2023 of the Master's Programme in "Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, Economics" of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. see.pspa.uoa.gr/how_to_apply/application/

Ambassadors Forum: Dr. Majlinda Bregu "Regional Cooperation in SEE: opportunities and challenges"

AMBASSADORS FORUM: DR. MAJLINDA BREGU "REGIONAL COOPERATION IN SEE: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES"

On Wednesday, 13 April 2022 at 7.00 p.m. Dr. Majlinda Bregu, Secretary General of the Regional Cooperation Council (https://www.rcc.int/pages/53/secretary-general) will give a guest lecture on “Regional Cooperation in SEE: opportunities and challenges" in the framework of Ambassadors Forum of the course Security and Stability in Southeast...

Guest lecture 28/3/2022: What’s in a Name? The Prespa Agreement between Greece and North Macedonia

GUEST LECTURE 28/3/2022: WHAT’S IN A NAME? THE PRESPA AGREEMENT BETWEEN GREECE AND NORTH MACEDONIA

Dr Efthymios (Akis) Papastavridis, Researcher and Part-time Lecturer at the Faculty of Law of University of Oxford, and Oxford Martin Fellow at the Oxford Martin School will give a guest lecture on What’s in a Name? The Prespa Agreement between Greece and North Macedonia  to the students of the course of International Law and Peaceful...

GUEST LECTURE: Turkey’s party system and Turkish experience with democracy

GUEST LECTURE: TURKEY’S PARTY SYSTEM AND TURKISH EXPERIENCE WITH DEMOCRACY

On Thursday 17 March 2022 Prof. Kıvanç Ulusoy, Istanbul University gave a guest lecture on "Turkey’s party system and Turkish experience with democracy" to the students of the course “Contemporary Turkey”, taught by Associate Professor Ioannis N. Grigoriadis

Guest lecture, 14/3/2022 "The Saga over the Piran Bay (Croatia/Slovenia)"

GUEST LECTURE, 14/3/2022 "THE SAGA OVER THE PIRAN BAY (CROATIA/SLOVENIA)"

Wednesday 09 Μαρτίου 2022
14/3/2022: Dr. Trpimir M. Šošić Assistant Professor at the University of Zagreb gave a on line guest lecture on "The Saga over the Piran Bay (Croatia/Slovenia)" to the students of the course of International Law and Peaceful Settlement of Disputes in Southeast Europe of Professor Emmanuella Doussis.
Professor Emmanuella Doussis won the CISDL Natural Resources Legal Specialist Award 2021

PROFESSOR EMMANUELLA DOUSSIS WON THE CISDL NATURAL RESOURCES LEGAL SPECIALIST AWARD 2021

Professor Emmanuella Doussis, Director of the Master's Programme in "Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, Economics" of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens won the CISDL Natural Resources Legal Specialist Award 2021.The Centre for International Sustainable Development Law is an independent international legal research...

"6 + 1 Podcasts for 1821"

"6 + 1 PODCASTS FOR 1821"

Assistant Professor Nassia Yakovaki, SEE instructor and member of the SEE Coordinating Committee participated in the series "6 + 1 Podcasts for 1821" a contribution of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens to the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution of 1821. You can find the on line conversation between...