Author: Katya Mavrelli

Erdogan’s Turkey: On A Path To Glory (?)

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By now, the effects of the January 2021 US Election have settled in. The focus of US politics has shifted towards mending, rather than...

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What it means to be Greek

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Being Greek is far from being just one thing. It means that you learn to adapt, to overcome, to fight and to survive, no matter the context...

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The end of Turkish women’s rights era as we know it

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On the 20th of March 2021, Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan once again performed a daring, puzzling, provocative and risky action. The...

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Iran’s Future: Ahmadinejad’s Return in Khamenei’s War

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Every so often, Iran’s domestic developments make the headlines: the staggering progression of the economy and the far from rare clashes...

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A Common European Defense

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‘There is no defense without a state, and there is no state without defense’. This is how the first events of the Shipping, Energy and...

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A New Page in The Book of Marketing

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In a world that is fast paced and constantly evolving, change is bound to come in different shapes and forms, across a wide variety of...

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Power Coups of the 21st Century: The Case of Myanmar

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In the eyes of the world, Myanmar had come a long way with regards to building some solid democratic foundation for the development of a...

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All Eyes On Africa: Ethiopia’s Tigray Conflict

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Located in the Horn of Africa, where the heat mixes with the humidity to create the climate that favors the eruption of clashes, Ethiopia...

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Conte, Draghi and the New Italian Government

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Usually, when politicians are considered to have failed, it is time for some general to appear in television to announce that he has seized...

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Feminism: A Story Of Human Need

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Readers of this opinion piece may either look at the title in disbelief, wondering why the need to integrate feminism more deeply in our...

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