Anna in the News

Anna in the News 2017-07-28T14:57:06+00:00

· French election between migrant rights and closing borders, @TheConversationGlobal
· The unintended consequences of anti-migrant smuggling policies, @OpenDemocracy
· Big changes in EU migration governance, EUobserver, (17 March 2017)
· I tagli non sono la soluzione, Radio Italiana Svizzera of Lugano (RSI), (20 February 2017)
· ‘Big, beautiful’ walls don’t stop migrants in the US or Europe, The Conversation, (13 February 2017)
· The Greek asylum crisis: moving beyond the blame game to a real solution, The Conversation, (26 January 2017)
· Europe must open up to new ideas about the secular state, The Conversation, (16 January 2017)
· Anche in Italia l’ora del «diversity management», Il Sole 24 Ore, (11 December 2016)
· Spurned, hopeless and attacked, refugees’ drama goes on, Aljazeera, (22 November 2016)
· A Greek perspective: feeling alone in another European storm, Clingendael – Netherlands institute of International Relations, (7 November 2016)
· Greek hospitality is put to a religious test, National Catholic Reporter, (5 November 2016)
· Greek hospitality is put to a religious test, Religion News Service, (2 November 2016)
· Anna Triandafyllidou interviewed by the Hungarian news site NOL.hu on the refugee crisis in Greece and Turkey, Olcsóbb lett a halál a menekültek számára, az utolsó rohamra buzdítják őket Európa felé, NOL.hu (22 September 2016)
· I tagli non sono la soluzione, Radio Italiana Svizzera of Lugano (RSI), (20 February 2017)
· ‘Big, beautiful’ walls don’t stop migrants in the US or Europe, The Conversation, (13 February 2017)
· The Greek asylum crisis: moving beyond the blame game to a real solution. The Conversation, 26 January 2017.
· Europe must open up to new ideas about the secular state, The Conversation, (16 January 2017)
· Anche in Italia l’ora del «diversity management», Il Sole 24 Ore, (11 December 2016)
· Spurned, hopeless and attacked, refugees’ drama goes on,Aljazeera, (22 November 2016)
· A Greek perspective: feeling alone in another European storm, Clingendael – Netherlands institute of International Relations, (7 November 2016)
· Anna Triandafyllidou interviewed by the Hungarian news site NOL.hu
on the refugee crisis in Greece and Turkey, Olcsóbb lett a halál a menekültek számára, az utolsó rohamra buzdítják őket Európa felé, NOL.hu (22 September 2016).
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Greek hospitality is put to a religious test, Religion News Service, (2 November 2016)
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Moscheebau in Athen erregt die Gemüter, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, (15 July 2016)
· Anna Triandafyllidou talks on Skai TV about integration and radicalisation patterns among Muslims in Greece, at Muslims Communities in Athens, Pavlos Tzimas, Skai TV (30 March 2016)
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GRANICE – ODBUDOWYWAĆ CZY PRZEKRACZAĆ?, Zielone Wiadomosci, (13 April 2016)
· Regulating or awareness-raising to avoid severe exploitation? Employers in the migrant domestic sector,Open Democracy, (24 May 2016)
· Halt to migrant flood ends good times for smugglers, USA TODAY, (5 April 2016)
· Così nasce il terrorismo all’Iue tre progetti di studio dati e analisi per chi governa, La Repubblica, (26 march 2016)
· Reviving or overcoming borders: a choice for Europe, Analyze Greece, (23 march 2016)
· Checkpoint Europe: The Return of Borders ,  Green European Journal, (11 March 2016)
· Reviving Or Overcoming Borders: A Choice For Europe ,  Green European Journal, (11 March 2016)
·  Greece and the EU. An Apocalyptic Scenario ,  AHORA Semanal, (11 March 2016)· From a migration crisis in the 1990s to a refugee crisis in the 2010s: Closing your eyes (and borders) does not solve anything, Anna Triandafyllidou, Huffington Post, (1 March 2016)· EU TIMES and www.huffingtonpost.com : A need for bold decisionsby Anna Triandafyllidou – Greek version on huffingtonpost.gr
· EU migration talks: What EU governments can do to help solve the crisis by Anna Triandafyllidou
· Controls do not restrain migrant flows, Kathimerini, 09 July 2015.
·La Grèce dévastée par la fuite de ses cerveaux. Tribune de Genève, 25 June 2015
· Abrir canales legales de entrada. La Razón, 21 June 2015
· Anna Triandafyllidou on “Dublin II and the first measures under the European Agenda on Migration”, RAI Radio1, Radio Anch’io, 28 May 2015 (00.51-00.55)

· Greece’s Biggest Brain Drain Since the Time of Socrates,Greek Reporter (19 May 2015)
· De grootste brain drain sinds de dood van Socrates… de Griekse exodus van de slimste, beste en briljantste, Express.be (18 May 2015)
· La tarea de Sísifo (A job for Sisyfus), La Razón (24 April 2015)
· In no man’s land and in “our” sea. The EU is responsible but also capable of preventing the death of thousands of people in the Mediterranean, Economedia (24 April 2015)
The migration question, the government’s policy and the views of the opposition, Ston Eniko, Greek TV channel Star (21 April 2015)
· Irregular migration in the Mediterranean: four key principles for solving the crisis, LSE-EUROPP blog post (23 April 2015)
· L’Europe face à l’urgence migratoire : le point en 5 questions, eNews.com France, 21 April 2015
· « Il faut limiter les flux migratoires vers l’Europe. », Les Echos (21 April 2015)
· Les Européens cherchent une réponse à l’urgence migratoire, Les Echos (21 April 2015)
· “L’Italia lasciata sola con i barconi”, Corriere Fiorentino (21 April 2015)
· “Irregular migration is feeding into the growth of anti-establishment politics in southern Europe”, LSE-EUROPP blog post (17 February 2015)
· Greece even has the “Plan B”, “Kommersant” (11 February 2015)

 

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