This article states that Cyprus is in need of a new alternate foreign and security policy model. One that will portray an alternative status of an willing integrating state towards the transatlantic rules. A “winner solution” is needed towards the successful implementation of its short but also long-term foreign policy goals.   This article raises the following two

Short research description on the changes made in Serbia following a latest research travel. Following a research journey in several states of the South-East Europe, starting From Cyprus to Greece, then to Bulgaria, Austria, Hungary and finally Serbia, one can see the obvious but most interesting differences that exist out of the diversity of cultures but also

rticle on Greece’s reaction to the Ministerial meeting of Defense Ministers at NATO. Dr. Marios P. Efthymiopoulos is a Policy Scholar of the South-East Europe Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington DC USA.   This Article talks about Greece’s posture at NATO affairs. It estimates that Greece’s positions vis a vis NATO, may change

How can NATO practically enhance its financial performance, in a rapidly changing security environment?   While NATO is on its final steps for the Lisbon Summit in November 2010, the question of a viable practical budgetary finance for the future needs to be clearly addressed. NATO maybe engaged still, in reviews of its institutional, ethical and operational strategic