September 7, 2023, Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs, University of Nicosia
This month, the Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs (CCEIA) at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus published NESA Center alumna Antonia Dimou’s recent piece on lessons and expectations from the 2023 elections in Greece.
Dimou's piece is included in the center's September special issue of its bimonthly newsletter, In Depth. This special issue focuses on what can be expected after the elections in Cyprus, Greece and Turkey.
"The re-election of New Democracy and the subsequent formation of a strong government led by Kyriakos Mitsotakis are expected to enhance Greece’s economic stability and reforms to foster growth and create jobs. Not least, Greece will continue to pursue active diplomacy and coalition building to safeguard its national security and regional stability through the lens of cooperative rather than zero-sum games," writes Dimou.
Antonia Dimou is the Director of the Middle East Unit at the Institute for Security and Defense Analyses (ISDA), based in Athens, Greece; and, an Associate at the Center for Middle East Development, University of California, Los Angeles.
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