The Secretary-General for Greeks Abroad and Public Diplomacy, Prof. John Chrysoulakis, sent a powerful message on dialogue, peaceful coexistence, and respect for cultural diversity within the framework of the International Conference on &ld…

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Cities across the world are gradually starting to play a greater role in addressing challenges at the international level, from climate change and immigration to the health and security of citizens. As cities become global actors developing internati…

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Greek News Agenda (GNA) is an online English language platform, issued by the Secretariat General for Public Diplomacy and Greeks Abroad (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), offering news, features, analysis and interviews that showcase political, economic…

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No logical or plausible excuse justifies the conversion of the Hagia Sophia into a mosque, all it does is add fuel to the fire of nationalism and religious fundamentalism, writes* Constantinos Alexandris, Secretary-General for Public Diplomacy, Relig…

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Kostis Alexandris, Secretary-General for Public Diplomacy, Religious and Consular Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs describes in his article published in “Kathimerini” Sunday newspaper edition the importance of national reputatio…

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Nicholas J. Cull is Professor of Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication, where he directs the Masters Program in Public Diplomacy. His research and teaching interests are inter-disciplinar…

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Professor Napoleon Maravegias teaches International and European Studies, with a specialisation in Macroeconomic Analysis and European Economic Integration, at the Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration of the National & Kapodistr…

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Since 2008, the increasingly close ties between Greece and China have caught the attention of the world media and there has been plenty of speculation about where this ‘romance’ is heading. At the same time, there has been no compr…

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On Friday 25.01 the Greek Parliament ratified the Prespes Agreement with 153 votes. The ratification means that the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will be renamed North Macedonia and opens up the country’s path to EU and NATO membership…

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