In an open letter addressed to EU High Representative Federica Mogherini, EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn, the US Secretary of State John Kerry, and the EU Foreign and Affairs Council, a number of...Read more
The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society (FLJS) will hold the inaugural Max Watson Memorial Lecture at Wolfson College, to commemorate Max’s contribution to their work as a...Read more
On 16-17 October two linked events were held to commemorate the life and work of Max Watson. The first, in St Antony’s College, was jointly arranged by PEFM and SEESOX and covered his career under...Read more
SEESOX is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Kostis Karpozilos, the forth A.G. Leventis Foundation Visiting Fellow in Modern Greek studies. Kostis was a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia...Read more
Critical Juncture? Bulgaria after the snap elections in October 2014: Change and continuity in politics, foreign policy, and the economy after the...Read more
4 July, 2015
"Ναι, για την Αξιοπρέπεια μας" ("Yes, for our dignity")
by Kalypso Nicolaidis and Othon Anastasakis
Timothy Garton Ash, Professor of European Studies at the University of Oxford and regular contributor/commentator in The Guardian and New York Review of Books
On 13 March, SEESOX co-convened a conference held at the LSE on “Russia in the Balkans".
This report provides a snapshot of what was discussed during the day-long workshop on Bosnia and Hezegovina on 30 January, 2015. It ends with a set of recommendations.