Stavros Drakoularakos is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of the Peloponnese and the Editor-in-Chief at the Centre for Mediterranean, Middle East and Islamic Studies (CEMMIS). His published work includes the book Τουρκία και Ισραήλ στη Μέση Ανατολή: Από τον Ψυχρό Πόλεμο ως την Αραβική Άνοιξη [Turkey and Israel in the Middle East: From the Cold War to the Arab Spring] (Athens: Epikentro, 2019). His research focuses on Middle Eastern foreign policy, Turkish-Israeli relations and issues related to religious pluralism in MENA countries. He is a Greek, French and English native speaker. He has been a member of CEMMIS since April 2013.
- Iranian minorities in limbo?
- Stirred, not shaken: Turkey’s second war of independence
- Facets of Religious Pluralism in Egypt
- Russia & Turkey: bros before foes?
- Energy Interests and US Policy
- Egypt through the secular looking glass
- Feeling out Nation-State building in the Middle East
- Untangling the Syrian jihadist web
- Evangelists at opposite sides
- The Maghreb: Live it or Leave it
- What if the GOP was in power during the Syrian Crisis?
- Η Λιβύη δύο χρόνια μετά: κράτη εν κράτει