Publications

2016
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2016). The Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) and the 2015 Elections. Turkish Studies, 17(1), 39-46. Routledge.
2015
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). Cyprus: Seeking Ways to Restart the Negotiation Process. IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook 2015. presented at the Barcelona, Barcelona: IEMED.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). From 'Central Power' to 'Splendid Isolation': Turkish Foreign Policy’s Declining Ambitions ( No. ELIAMEP Working Paper No. 67). presented at the Athens, Athens: Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP).
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). The Foreign Policy of Greece's SYRIZA-ANEL Coalition Government: An Early Appraisal. CIDOB Notes InternationalsCIDOB Notes Internationals. presented at the Barcelona, Barcelona.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). The Turkish Presidential Elections of 10 August 2014. Mediterranean PoliticsMediterranean Politics, 1-6. Routledge.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). Cyprus: Seeking Ways to Restart the Negotiation Process. In IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook 2015. IEMED.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). On the Europeanization of Minority Rights Protection. In A. Güney & Tekin, A. (Ed.), The Europeanization of Turkish Public Policies: A Scorecard (pp. 130-142). presented at the Oxford & New York, Oxford & New York: Routledge.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). Θρησκεία και Εθνικισμός σε Ελλάδα και Τουρκία: Μια "Ιερά Σύνθεση". presented at the Θεσσαλονίκη, Θεσσαλονίκη: Επίκεντρο.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). The Turkish Presidential Elections of 10 August 2014. Mediterranean Politics, 20(1), 105-110. Routledge.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2015). "When Greeks and Turks meet: interdisciplinary perspectives on the relationship since 1923" by Vally Lytra (ed.). Global Affairs, 1-2.
2014
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2014). The constitutional system of Turkey: 1876 to present. Southeast European and Black Sea StudiesSoutheast European and Black Sea Studies, 14, 132-134.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2014). Turkey's foreign policy activism: vision continuity and reality checks. Southeast European and Black Sea StudiesSoutheast European and Black Sea Studies, 14, 159-173.Abstract
It is argued in this study that Turkey's ambition to play a key regional role and become a global actor is not novel. There have been at least two similar initiatives in recent history which defended Turkey's extraordinary strategic potential and aspired to put it into the heart of global politics. What has, however, been indeed novel and has lent credibility to the whole experiment is Turkey's recent economic dynamism and political reforms. While such a trend is indeed reasonable, Turkey's claims for a global strategic role and a value-based foreign policy may be already overblown. Turkey is bound to play a key regional role and may indeed become a global actor in the years to come; its capabilities, however, are not infinite, and significant risks may lurk in their overestimation.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2014). Between the Syrian Stalemate and the Egyptian Coup: In Search of a "Reset" for Turkish Foreign Policy in the Middle East. presented at the Athens, Athens: Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP).
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2014). Energy Discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean: Conflict or Cooperation?. Middle East PolicyMiddle East Policy, 21, 124-133.
Grigoriadis, I. N., & Gurcel, T. (2014). Religious Courses in Turkish Public Education: Explaining Domestic Change with Europeanization Theory . Journal of Church and StateJournal of Church and State, 56, 300-322.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2014). Kutsal Sentez: Yunan ve Türk Milliyetçiliğine Dini Aşılamak. presented at the İstanbul, İstanbul: Koç Üniversitesi Yayınları.
2013
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2013). Learning from the Arab Spring: Turkish Foreign Policy in Flux. presented at the Athens, Athens: Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP).
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2013). Instilling religion in Greek and Turkish nationalism : a 'sacred synthesis' (First edition., pp. xv, 148 pages). presented at the New York, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
2012
Grigoriadis, I. N., & Kamaras, A. (2012). Reform paradoxes: academic freedom and governance in Greek and Turkish higher education. Southeast European and Black Sea StudiesSoutheast European and Black Sea Studies, 12, 135-152.
Grigoriadis, I. N. (2012). Matching Ambitions with Realities: Turkish Foreign Policy in the Middle East. Hellenic Studies/Etudes HelleniquesHellenic Studies/Etudes Helleniques, 20.

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