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We have an exciting opportunity for a PhD scholar with fluency in Greek to assist in our Greek Diaspora project.

Part-time, 17.5 hours per week. Fixed-term for 18 months

Salary: ...

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What are the implications of Brexit and of potential pressure elsewhere in the EU to repatriate powers from Brussels for the political and economic environment of the Balkans? Will the departure...

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SEESOX invites abstract submissions for the International Conference HomelandDiaspora Relations in Flux: Greece in Crisis and Greeks abroad,...

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Meet our new Director, Dr. Hartmut Mayer!

Hartmut joined the European Studies Centre as Director on 1 September 2017. He has been, and will remain, a Fellow and Tutor in Politics at St....

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Turkey is on the front line of the war which is consuming Syria and the Middle East. Its role is complicated by the long-running conflict with the Kurds on their Syrian border - a war that has...

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This report draws on discussions from SEESOX’s Greek Diaspora Project (GDP) workshop, entitled “Diaspora and Development: The case of Greece” which took place on March 3rd 2017 at St Antony’s...

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Poland, once appraised as the most successful case of democratic transition in the post-soviet bloc, is today severly criticized for its new course of politics. Has Warsaw witnessed an "illiberal...

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The latest edition of PEFM In Focus.

Timothy Garton Ash has been named as the recipient of the prestigious Charlemagne Prize for 2017. Awarded from the town of Aachen, North-Western Germany, the prize has recognised special...

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We are pleased to announce the appointment of the Onassis Foundation Research Fellow at SEESOX and the Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR), University of Oxford.

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