Author: Katya Mavrelli

How 33 young leaders brought Greece &Turkey closer in matters of security, strategy and press freedom.

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Green transition: a harsh reality or an idealized vision?

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How the Red Dragon came to rule the world: A tale of Chinese investments

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The paradigmatic shift of U.S. foreign policy away from the Middle East exemplifies a new world order that has come to dominate the...

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Can climate journalism make the change?

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As if waking up from a slumber, the international community is finally realizing that the climate crisis can no longer be disregarded....

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COP26: The beginning of the end?

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Leaders, activists, NGO representatives and plain citizens have gathered in Glasgow, Scotland, in light of the United Nations Conference of...

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A small victory, a greater defeat: Abiy Ahmed’s new term

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After a truly turbulent year, Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia’s 4th Prime Minister, was just sworn in for his second 5-year term. The...

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When Erdoğan speaks, (even) Russia listens

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In what could be characterized as a historical meeting, Turkey’s President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir...

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Anna Wintour: “After the pandemic, we should redefine everything”

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Towards a greener transformation: the challenge of ending oil dependency

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Oil prices are once more on the rise, after a pandemic and a price war sent them tumbling in 2020. We are in the midst of the new oil price...

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The new players of the Iranian foreign policy

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The replacement of Mohammad Javad Zarif as Iran’s foreign minister by Hossein Amir-Abdollahian can mean only one thing: Iranian foreign...

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