Author: Dawid A. Fusiek

Dawid Aristotelis Fusiek is a postgraduate alumnus of the University of Utrecht, where he studied International Relations and History. In the last years, he has collaborated with various think tanks all over Europe, such as the Institute of European Democrats in Brussels, or the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) in Athens. He has published articles and research papers regarding political philosophy and European Affairs for the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists and the University of Utrecht. Currently, he is writing two policy recommendations regarding the geopolitical role of Europe and the image of Turkey in Greece. He takes great interest in European Affairs, International Relations Theory and Security Studies. When not writing, he likes to listen to 70s music, investigate the history of art, watch Italian neorealism movies and read philosophy books of the 20th century.

Articles written by Dawid A. Fusiek

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Street in Bethlehem
The Eastern Mediterranean has been the historic crossroads of four regions: Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Except for being the “home” of their multiple and diverse geographic affiliations and varied political identities, it also constitutes a territory of great strategic importance. The sixth and last part of this series discusses the "problematic" triangle: Turkey, Cyprus, Greece.
Street in Bethlehem
The Eastern Mediterranean has been the historic crossroads of four regions: Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Except for being the “home” of their multiple and diverse geographic affiliations and varied political identities, it also constitutes a territory of great strategic importance. The fifth part of this series discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from 2000-2020.
Street in Bethlehem
The Eastern Mediterranean has been the historic crossroads of four regions: Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Except for being the “home” of their multiple and diverse geographic affiliations and varied political identities, it also constitutes a territory of great strategic importance. The fourth part of this series discusses the ongoing Syrian Civil War.
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