Τμήμα Βαλκανικών, Σλαβικών και Ανατολικών Σπουδών
Σχολή Οικονομικών και Περιφερειακών Σπουδών

Program of studies




BSOS - General program of studies
[Semester 1] [Semester 2] [Semester 3] [Semester 4] 
BSOS - Economics and International Business
[Semester 5] [Semester 6] [Semester 7] [Semester 8] 
BSOS - Politics and International Relationships
[Semester 5] [Semester 6] [Semester 7] [Semester 8] 

BS - General Program of Studies
[Semester 3] [Semester 4] 
BS - Language and Culture
[Semester 5] [Semester 6] [Semester 7] [Semester 8] 
BS - Economics and Politics
[Semester 5] [Semester 6] [Semester 7] [Semester 8] 

Semester 6
Study Direction: BS - Language and Culture   


CHOICE MODULES
[1]  COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN ECONOMIC SCIENCESMichailidis Panagiotis
[2] BANKING AND FINANCINGSiokis Fotios
[3] COMMUNITY ECONOMIC LAWTzionas Ioannis
[4] DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE OF ELECTRONIC ENTERPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY (E-BUSINESS PLAN)
[5] EASTERN EUROPE AND MIDDLE EAST DURING THE COLD WARChristidis Yorgos
Lagani Irene
[6] EKISTIC HERITAGE: MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTGavra Eleni
[7] ENTREPRENEURSHIPSarri Aikaterini
[8] ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM IN EASTERN AND SE. EUROPE (Erasmus Course)Aggelopoulos Giorgos
Manos Ioannis
[9] ETHNOGRAPHIES OF THE POST-SOCIALIST WORLDVoutira Eftichia
[10] EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND EAST EUROPEParaskevopoulos Christos
[11] GREEK LANGUAGE ADVANCED LEVEL I (Erasmus Course)Dimitriadou Despina
[12] GREEK LANGUAGE ADVANCED LEVEL II (Erasmus Course)Dimitriadou Despina
[13] GREEK LANGUAGE BEGINNERS LEVEL I (Erasmus Course)Dimitriadou Despina
[14] GREEK LANGUAGE BEGINNERS LEVEL II (Erasmus Course)Dimitriadou Despina
[15] GREEK LANGUAGE MEDIUM LEVEL I (Erasmus Course)Dimitriadou Despina
[16] GREEK LANGUAGE MEDIUM LEVEL II (Erasmus Course)Dimitriadou Despina
[17] INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW AND LAW OF INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONSTzionas Ioannis
[18] MOUNT ATHOS AND SLAVSNichoritis Konstantinos
[19] NATIONALISMS AND CONFLICTS IN SOUTH-EAST EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE EASTArmakolas Ioannis
[20] PHONETICS - PHONOLOGY OF RUSSIAN IN COMPARISON TO THE GREEKMamaluy Svetlana
[21] POLITICAL COMMUNICATION IIVlasidis Vlasios
[22] POLITICAL IDEOLOGIESMarantzidis Nikos
[23] POLITICAL SCIENCE II: CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THEORY AND THE "DEMOCRATISATION PROCESS" OF THE BALKANSAkrivoulis Dimitrios
[24] POLITICS OF GENDER AND POWER IN THE MODERN WEST, THE MOSLEM WORLD AND THE GLOBAL SOUTHTsibiridou Fotini
[25] PRINTED MEDIA IN THE BALKANSVlasidis Vlasios
[26] QUANTITATIVE METHODS IIMichailidis Panagiotis
[27] RELIGION AND POLITICAL IDEOLOGYStamatopoulos Dimitrios
[28] ROMANIAN LANGUAGE 6Suciu Ciprian-Lucretius
[29] ROMANIAN LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL SKILLSSuciu Ciprian-Lucretius
[30] SERBIAN LANGUAGE 6Borovas Georgios
[31] SPECIAL COURCES ON PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAWZaikos Nikolaos
[32] SPECIAL TOPICS IN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGYAggelopoulos Giorgos
Manos Ioannis
[33] THE CONTEMPORARY GREEK POLITICAL SYSTEMMarantzidis Nikos
[34] THE EU IN THE SYSTEM OF THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSKentrotis Kyriakos
[35] THE GEOGRAPHY OF SE EUROPEGavra Eleni
[36] THE POLITICS OF THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST (Erasmus Course)Christidis Yorgos
[37] TURKISH LITERATURE IN THE REPUBLIC PERIODLiazos Nicolaos
[38] URBAN POLICIES IN SE EUROPEGavra Eleni


COMPULSORY CHOICE MODULES
 
[1] RUSSIAN LANGUAGE VITrakadas Antonios


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Michailidis Panagiotis     
 


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Siokis Fotios     
This course is an introduction to the area of banking and the role of the Banking system within the economy. Topics include the basic functions of the banking system, evolution of banking, the forces shaping the contemporary bank, imperfect markets and information asymmetry, competition among banks and other financial institutions, consolidation and mergers and acquisitions in the global banking system. We conclude with the examination of the banking crises, and the role of the Central Bank in terms of supervision, regulation and the lender of last resort.


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Tzionas Ioannis     
Customs union, common market, internal market. The four fundamental freedoms (free movement of goods, persons, services and capital). Economic and monetary union. Competition.


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The course develops and analysis all the basic categories and applications of electronic commerce and electronic business as: internal business (Intranet), business between enterprises and consumers (B2C), business between consumers (C2C), business between consumers and enterprises (C2B), business between enterprises and government (B2G) and business between government and consumers (B2C). Also, in the course are developed contemporary electronic business models and examined the electronic value chain. The course refers analytically to the protection of intellectual property rights and of personal data in the internet and on electronic transactions and agreements.


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Christidis Yorgos    Lagani Irene     
The course examines the political, economic and social phenomena in Eastern Europe and the Middle East during the Cold War. Students are initiated into the climate of antagonism between the two Superpowers after the Second World War and the corollaries of their confrontation in Eastern Europe and the Middle East question.


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Gavra Eleni     
Exploring the concept of ekistics heritage for Southeast Europe -as part of the cultural equivalent shaping factors (endogenous and exogenous). The institutional framework for the protection and management of the ekistic heritage, particularly in the Balkans today. Issues of comparative analysis and harmonization within the perspective of European spatial integration. The main objective of the course is to record and document the existing condition of the manmade heritage in the geographical region of reference (especially in the Balkans) in terms of content / potential, intentions / policies, as well as of the potential prospects for improvement in this specific geographical area of reference. Also, the presentation of a strategic framework for the protection and management of the ekistic heritage, particularly of the architectural, as a condition of spatial/ territorial integration, in the geographic region of Southeast Europe.


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Sarri Aikaterini     
Ο καταλυτικός ρόλος της Επιχειρηματικότητας στην αποτελεσματική κατανομή των πόρων και την οικονομική ανάπτυξη έχει τα τελευταία χρόνια λάβει πρωτεύουσα θέση σε θεωρητικό και εμπειρικό επίπεδο. Σκοπός του μαθήματος είναι να εισάγει τους φοιτητές στην έννοια της Επιχειρηματικότητας και το ρόλο της για την οικονομία αλλά και την κοινωνία της κάθε χώρας καθώς και στην έννοια του Επιχειρηματία. Ειδικότερα οι θεματικές ενότητες που αναπτύσσονται, μεταξύ άλλων, αφορούν στην αποσαφήνιση και τον εννοιολογικό προσδιορισμό της Επιχειρηματικότητας, του επιχειρηματικού περιβάλλοντος και των επιμέρους στοιχείων που το συνιστούν, του Επιχειρηματία που την ασκεί, στη φύση του έργου του καθώς και στα χαρακτηριστικά και τη συμπεριφορά του με ιδιαίτερη αναφορά στη δημιουργικότητα, την καινοτομία, την υποκίνηση και την ηγεσία.


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Aggelopoulos Giorgos    Manos Ioannis     
This course examines identity politics in modern industrial societies with special emphasis on Eastern and SE Europe. We will discuss a number of key-terms such as identity, otherness, nationalism, ethnicity, multiculturalism and racism in relation to the social and political context of the 19th and the 20th centuries. We will outline the main anthropological and sociological theories of ethnicity and nationalism: the Manchester School, the Soviet 'Ethnos' theorists, the debate about race in the U.S., the works of F. Barth, E. Gellner, A.D. Smith, E. Hobsbawm and B. Anderson, the post-modern approaches in ethnicity, nationalism and hybridity.


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Voutira Eftichia     
This course provides an interdisciplinary overview of the notion of Eastern Europe as a unified cultural area from a historical and a contemporary perspective. It maps the ethnological diversity of the region through a series of selected case studies (ethnographies) concerning different peoples of the region (Poles, Russians, Ukrainians, Estonians, Latvians, Germans, Jews and Roma). It examines: a) the different senses of 'transition' in different contexts (former Soviet Union, Poland, Romania, and Bulgaria) by focusing on issues of social transformation from state socialism to 'post-communist capitalism'. It maps the social, political and economic impact of these transformations on the daily lives of citizens and the survival strategies that are invented as responses to social change. b) research on survival strategies (including post-communist nostalgias) among diverse social groups (rural/urban) and the emerging ethnological map of population displacements in the wider world, and c) anthropology's own 'transition' after 1989, seen in terms of an epistemological and thematic shift in ethnographic research concerning gendered, religious, linguistic and ethnic identities in the regions.


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Paraskevopoulos Christos     
The course examines the European Union (EU) enlargement processes in East and Southeast Europe, which have been under way through cooperation and association agreements. From the 1970s onwards, the EU has evolved through a series of enlargements to southern Europe and from the 1990s onwards to East and Southeast Europe, with the goal of bolstering the security and stability of nascent democratic institutions of states in these regions. The Union's progressive enlargements to the south, east and southeast Europe have fundamentally transformed the EU. The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the evolution and institutional make up of the EU, as well as with its policies, specifically those that are directly implicated in enlargement processes, such as economic development and regional policy, Common Agricultural Policy, and foreign policy. The course specifically focuses in the countries of southeast Europe: Greece, Bulgaria and Romania, Western Balkans and Turkey. It explores from a comparative perspective the distinct enlargement processes characterizing the Union's expansion in the south in the 1970s and 1980s, like in Greece, with those to east and southeast Europe in the 1990s.


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Dimitriadou Despina     
 


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Dimitriadou Despina     
 


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Dimitriadou Despina     
 


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Dimitriadou Despina     
 


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Dimitriadou Despina     
 


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Dimitriadou Despina     
 


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Tzionas Ioannis     
The international economic system. Globalisation of the economy. Trade policy instruments. Bilateral and multilateral agreements. Sources of the law of international transaction. The GATT - WTO system. International organisation of economic character. The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The Convention of International Sale of Goods. Incoterms of International Chamber of Commerce. International arbitration.


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Nichoritis Konstantinos     
Mount Athos has been School for southern and eastern Slavs. After the death of the Thessalonians Enlighteners of the Slavs, Saints Cyril and Methodius and of their students, the bilingual teachers immediately cease in the world of the Slavs. Despite the great work done by the Saints Cyril and Methodius and their students, the need for the continuation of their translation work was urgent. Now needed new monastic homes, in which the Greek language and the monastic ethos will be taught and these experiences will be translated into the world of Slavs. This explains the fact that from here, in my opinion, the Slavic writing, alphabet and monasticism was spread to Russians and Serbs. It is not a coincidence that the founder of Serbian monasticism St. Sava, and the creator of the Russian one, saint Anthony Pechersk (of the Caves), became monks on Mount Athos. This also caused the excessive love shown practically by the Slavs rulers, who benefit in many ways the Greek monasteries of Athos, according to the testimony of golden bulls of the Slavs rulers. This course is has as its object teaching the creative role of Mount Athos in the spiritual rehabilitation of Orthodox Slavs-Russians, Serbs and Bulgarians in the early and the later Byzantine period.


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Armakolas Ioannis     
Στο μάθημα αυτό το κύριο ενδιαφέρον στρέφεται σε μια συστηματική προσέγγιση διαφορετικών θεωριών που αφορούν το φαινόμενο των πολεμικών συγκρούσεων και των εμφυλίων και εθνοτικών πολέμων. Οι γεωγραφικές περιοχές ανάδειξης των φαινομένων είναι αυτές των Βαλκανίων και της Μέσης Ανατολής. Στο πρώτο μέρος του μαθήματος αναλύονται διεξοδικά θεωρίες ανάλυσης συγκρούσεων με έμφαση σε θεωρητικούς όπως οι Gurr, Collier, Kalyvas, Kaldor. Επίσης, σε αυτό το μέρος το μάθημα παρουσιάζει διεθνοπολιτικά εργαλεία διαχείρισης και επίλυσης συγκρούσεων καθώς και την εφαρμογή αυτών σε συγκεκριμένες ιστορικές περιόδους. Στο δεύτερο μέρος το μάθημα εστιάζει στην ανάλυση συγκεκριμένων συγκρούσεων στις δύο υπό εξέταση περιοχές, Νοτιοανατολική Ευρώπη και Μέση Ανατολή.


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Mamaluy Svetlana     
The main objective of the course is the development and proper use of spoken and written language, with emphasis on understanding the differences in the structure of Russian and Greek language.
The students will:
- read various journalistic and literary texts of descriptive and narrative character with elements of reflection,
- show proficiency in understanding dialogues of everyday life,
- write the plan, the positions and the summary of the text they have read,
- continue the dialogue with the specified conversation (initiation, clarification questions)
- recount an event and express their opinion on it,
- analyze a problem in conversation.


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Vlasidis Vlasios     
This is the follow up course for the course " Introduction to Political Communication ," as students are required in this course to practice what they have learned in related courses so far.
Specifically, students are taught the techniques of political communication, both individual and team level within normal society, but also the participation and involvement in virtual communities . Also encouraged to interpret in the context of political communication modern political leadership teams of the Balkan countries .
Moreover pushed to develop work, individual or team work, on collecting information materials and processing , and presenting the view of specific media for Balkan affairs.


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Marantzidis Nikos     
The course covers nine ideologies, including Marxism, fascism and nationalism. An ideology is a system of ideas through which individuals can understand the world, and then establish a programme of action to change the world according to their ideal. Political Ideologies are important because they are used to decide how countries are governed, and are the basis of electoral competition.


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Akrivoulis Dimitrios     
The course is designed to introduce students to certain basic aspects of the study of the political. Drawing its case studies from the political developments in the Balkans, the course delves into the fragile, paradoxical, and antagonistic nature of the political. In this context, the course examines a series of contemporary challenges and problems relevant to sovereignty, the future of democracy, political identity, the state and civil society, the distinction between authority and political power, the perennial claim for political emancipation, the place of the liberal tradition in contemporary democratic radicalism, the dialectical relation between ideology and utopia, civil disobedience and democratic revolution, the relation between political action and political responsibility.


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Tsibiridou Fotini     
This course deals with gender issues, either in typical zones of patriarchy (Mediterranean world, Middle East, Central Asia, Far East) or in the Modern European and Western world. We use the paradigm of Muslim women as a methodological case in order to approach the Other (gender constructions, sexuality, citizenship in the modern states). In this way we can discuss all the productive for dialogue contradictions and controversial issues regarding processes of change and transformation in the broader European and Middle Eastern world. In addition we proceed to productive comparatism with case studies coming from the Global South (Latin America, Africa, India).


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Vlasidis Vlasios     
This course aims to improve the knowledge of students on printed media (newspapers, magazines) to get knowledge about the specific conditions of the medfia groups in each Balkan country and points of coincidence or divergence from the other Balkan countries, of Western Europe and Greece. Particular emphasis is given to the point that in the Balkans media play a specific role on national issues and movements and the political situation.Except these students will get direct contact with the media by visiting particular media (Makedonia group, Angelioforos group) in Thessaloniki.
At the same time , students have the opportunity to provide a thesis for a particular Balkan media Balkan, to participate in the process of digitizing old newspapers and magazines of Macedonia and help in conducting the research and survey on the relationship between media (print and electronic) and the public in Macedonia.


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Michailidis Panagiotis     
 


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Stamatopoulos Dimitrios     
This course explores some facets of the relation between the religious phenomenon and political ideologies (Classical Liberalism, Conservatism, Socialism, Communism, Fascism, Neoliberalism), within the historical framework of political developments in the Balkans. �specially the secularization process influenced the relationship between the religious and political element on two levels: a) at the theoretical-ideological level as regards the influence of the Religious Wars that occurred in Western Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries, with the split between Catholicism and Protestantism, on representatives of the historic religions that co-existed in the Balkans, and b) at the political level as regards the readjustment of theoretical perceptions as much as political practices by clergy and the ranks of the faithful vis-à-vis the phenomenon of the modern state. We shall particularly insist on the decisive consequences of the spread of nationalism as dominant ideology ("secular religion") by subjugating the religious to the political element, but at the same time the different way through which this subjugation was mediated in the cases of Orthodox Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.


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Suciu Ciprian-Lucretius     
The 6th semester completes the circle of grammar and syntax. Students revise and consolidate grammar through selected texts with specific vocabulary and they focus upon speech patterns and idioms. The courses are enriched with more audio-visual means in comparison with previous semesters, showing scenes from daily life, movies, news etc., aiming to get students familiar with spoken language.


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Suciu Ciprian-Lucretius     
Students will work with texts containing specific purposes of communication. Voice, morphology and syntax will also be taught during this term. Students will be able to analyze the structure of the sentence and see the important role of syntax within a linguistic and semantic system.
The activities of this course is the production and translation of various forms of writing: drafting a CV, writing commercial correspondence, scientific papers, research papers on policy, history, economics, art, Balkan affairs.


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Trakadas Antonios     
Grammar: Morphology. (Use of cases. Use of verb aspects. Participle and verbal adverb. Formation and use of active and passive voice. Syntax. (Complex sentence. Some specific situations of Compound sentence.).
Oral and written speech: Development of oral and written skills on matters of everyday life (Personality and appearance. Cultural Themes: Cinema and theater. Professions and education. Traditions and customs in Russia).


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Borovas Georgios     
In the 6th semester the cycle of grammar and syntax ends. At the same time the knowledge of students about the Serbian language is enriched with texts of terminology related to issues of social and political interest such as History and Literature.


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Zaikos Nikolaos     
This course is devoted to the Law of Armed Conflict. The topics examined include: Historical evolution of the legal regime on armed conflicts; genocides through a historical and legal perspective; analysis of the current laws of war; war crime trials; legal challenges in view of the chaotic features of contemporary armed conflicts.


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Aggelopoulos Giorgos    Manos Ioannis     
Area studies are in close interaction with social anthropology. This course discusses the contribution of anthropology in the understanding of social and cultural structures in area studies. Special emphasis is given in the analysis of ethnocentrism. The topics examined include: (a) area studies and anthropological theory, (b) principles of ethnographic research, (c) structure and agency. Each topic is taught on the basis of ethnographic case-studies conducted in Eastern, SE Europe and the Middle East.


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Marantzidis Nikos     
This course aims to explore the structure, development, and current dynamics of Greek politics in the 20th and 21st centuries. The course is cast in a distinctly comparative framework and features such topics as the interplay of democratic and non-democratic regimes; civil and military governments; the transformation of social cleavages; the gradual replacement of extreme multi-partyism by simple two-partyism; the examination of political leadership and state elites; the role of ideology and political culture. At the end, the course assesses Greece's development and asks whether she could serve as a model for other, currently developing states.


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Kentrotis Kyriakos     
The course familiarizes students with the role of the EU in international affairs. It will be investigated the complexities of the EU's role and authority in international affairs across different substantive policy areas and its relations with peripheries and other actors. In particular, topics to be covered include: a) The relations of the EU with specific geographical and economic regional subsystems all over the world, b) the relationship of the EU with regional and interregional organizations, and c) the new dimensions of the Foreign Policy of the European Union such the European Neighbourhood Policy, the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, West Balkans.


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Gavra Eleni     
The science of geography and its connection with related disciplines. The concepts of space and place, area and region. The levels of the geographic space. Determination of the limits in space (administrative boundaries, limits of competence, rays of influence), regionalization. Theories of regional development. Settlements networks, central place theory. Organization of urban space. The concept of rural areas and the urbanization process. Theories of urbanization and historical examples. Social classes and mechanisms of distribution of the ekistic space. Social exclusion and social policy. Detailed projections and policy projections (Greece and Europe). Urbanization in Greece and Europe - comparative examples. Contemporary Urbanization and SE Europe. The heterogeneous nature of the cities. The administrative, political, economic, cultural and symbolic importance of the cities. Examples of European cities.


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Christidis Yorgos     
This course aims to introduce the student to the international and regional affairs of the Middle East and familiarise him/her with the complexities of this region. More precisely it intends to offer the necessary background and in-depth knowledge on crucial issues that shaped the modern Middle East politics such as: a) the legacy of the past and the superpower intervention, b) the competing visions (ideology) in the Middle East, c) the leadership and the regime change, c) the patterns of inter-state behaviour (Arab-Israeli rivalry and Peace Process), and d) the Critical Factors (oil and water).


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Liazos Nicolaos     
The course " Turkish Literature in the Republic Period " aims to cover a period from 1950 until today, providing substantial general knowledge of literary movements and focuses on representative authors of the currents in Turkish Literature during the second half of the 20th century . Every literary text is analyzed ideologically within political, historical and social context of modern Turkey.


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Gavra Eleni     
Urban policies in SE Europe in terms of space management issues and sustainable development, with emphasis on the Balkans and the Black Sea area. Basic principles of regional development and planning in the area of reference. Correlation and prospects for development (today) in Greece and Southeastern Europe. Program design and implementation standards for regional and urban development in the Balkans today. Issues of comparative analysis and harmonization within the perspective of European spatial integration. Program design and implementation standards of regional and urban development in the Balkans today. Presentation and analysis of key programs and community directives on issues of urban planning and regional development, with emphasis on the Balkans and the Black Sea area, transnational and cross-border collaborations and on local planning issues and sustainable development. Presentation and development of the structure of a standard operational program. Interpretation of terms and concepts. Familiarization with the development planning concerning issues related to the management of space, through pilot applications and examples.