The implications of Turkish crisis in the domestic and foreign policy

George X. Protopapas The corruption’s scandal that has deeply wounded the Islamic government of Prime- Minister of Turkey, Tayip Erdogan, is a complex issue with important consequences to the politics, economy, society and the foreign policy. Turkey has become a “battlefield” between two powerful men, two former allies. PM Erdogan and the influential Islamic scholar … Continue reading The implications of Turkish crisis in the domestic and foreign policy

Greece’s international profile and financial crisis

George X. Protopapas The financial crisis and international profile of states are two interdependent elements that influence negatively all aspects of foreign policy, especially the tools of public diplomacy. In the age of globalisation public diplomacy is considered a useful communication tool for governments that aim to influence the public opinion of third countries and … Continue reading Greece’s international profile and financial crisis