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call13aThe next issue (June 2016) of the Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence will explore the "Intelligence and Democratization in Latin America and the Caribbean". Read more

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In 2013, RIEAS has founded the Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence (JMBI).

The sixth issue (December 2015) focuses on "Intelligence and Technology" Read more

illegalmig15Research Institute for European and American Studies
Newsletter on Immigration to Greece
Editor: Ioannis Kolovos

On the distinction between "illegal immigrants" and "refugees"
A very insightful comment by journalist Tassos Telloglou, as terminological accuracy is always essential in the understanding of any issue.

The relevant article can be read here (in Greek only)

Deputy Minister for Citizen's Protection admitted that people with extremist views may be included among illegal immigrants
The Deputy Minister for Citizen's Protection Mr Nikos Toskas admitted that the inflow of immigrants from Turkey to Greece is so large that people with extremist views may be included among immigrants and may pose a threat. His words were proven right a few days later when the terrorist attacks in Paris took place.

The relevant article (Kathimerini, 8/11/2015) can be read here (in Greek only)

inteledu16In 2016, the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE) will organize its 12th annual conference together with its European chapter on 22-24 June, 2016 in Breda, The Netherlands. The annual conference promises to be an outstanding event highlighting the very latest and best research in intelligence education. Read more

migration17Research Institute for European and American Studies
Newsletter on Immigration to Greece

Editor: Ioannis Kolovos

13.2% of births in Greece come from foreign mothers
According to 2014 data 13.2% of births in Greece came from foreign mothers (12,173 births out of a total of 92,148). Moreover, the Greek population continues to decline and age.

The relevant article (Kathimerini, 1/10/2015) can be read here (in Greek only)

An important admission...even if it is 20 years late!
The Hellenic League for Human Rights admitted that, in the mid-90s, the Greek citizenship was granted to "a significant number of people who were not of Greek-Pontian descent".

HLHR's press release can be read in full here (in Greek only)

 

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