Author: Dimitra Tzia

Dimitra Tzia is a researcher at the Institute for International Relations, Athens. She holds a B.A in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Peloponnese and a M.A in International Relations and Strategic Studies from Panteion University. At the same time, she is a columnist for various Greek news sites. She has also collaborated with Naval History & Heritage Command based in Washington, USA, and specifically with the American professor of naval history Dr. Sherwood on his research entitled "Naval Operations on the issue of immigration in the Mediterranean” in the context of the Fulbright-Schuman European Affairs scholarship as an intern in Greece". Her main research interests are Greek and American foreign policy, Middle East, geopolitics and crisis management.

Articles written by Dimitra Tzia

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COVID-19 immunisations begin
A political as much as a health issue, vaccination becomes a by-product of Brexit, puts the EU at odds with developing countries and sees China and India compete in Asia. Inexhaustible disruptor, Covid-19 continues to advance science, in its multiple disciplines. At lightning speed, geopolitics was enriched with a new object of analysis, and the power of a new instrument: the vaccine. A year after the start of the pandemic, the vaccine is the most contested political weapon.
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