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he UN AGENDA 2030 for Sustainable Development: Can Europe Deliver?

ESC Seminar. The UN Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development_ 22 Feb 2016

Workshop on Energy Politics: 28th January @St.Antony’s Oxford

Energy politics: Empowerment or dependency? Diana Bozhilova (King’s College, London) and Constantinos Filis (Panteion University ) Androulla Kaminara (European Commission)Chair: David Madden St Antony’s College, Oxford Wednesday 28 January, 17:00 Seminar Room, European Studies Centre, 70 Woodstock Road, Oxford 20150128 Energy poster pdf

Max Watson, Director of PEFM

It is with great sorrow that I learned today that Max Watson, Director of the Political Economy and Financial Markets Programme at St. Antony’s College Oxford has passed away. Max had a brilliant mind, an amazing sense of humour and was a very nice person. A very rare combination of characteristics. My condolences and thoughts … Continue reading

Is EU development policy still relevant? Why and what for? – Lecture by Fernando Frutuoso de Melo – DG EuropeAid

On the 10th of November I convened a seminar at St. Antony’s College, Oxford, UK with the above title. Fernando Frutuoso de Melo, Director General for International Cooperation and Development, European Commission presented the following speech. Dear Professors, Ladies and Gentleman, I would like first of all to thank the University of Oxford and St. … Continue reading

Energy and security in the East Mediterranean

Energy and security in the East Mediterranean: How energy will play an increasingly important role in the security of the East Mediterranean The link below gives access to an article I have written and which has been published by South East Europe Studies at Oxford  (SEESOX) of St. Antony’s College as an Opinion Piece. Views … Continue reading

Now there is a window of opportunity for decisions leading to the optimization of the benefits from East Mediterranean natural gas discoveries

 The discovery of natural gas in the South East Mediterranean is without a doubt, very good news for the countries concerned and for the region in general.  To what extend these discoveries will constitute a game changer for the countries concerned will not only depend on the timing and the content of the decisions they … Continue reading

The EU’s external energy policy towards gas suppliers in the neighbourhood. The cases of Azerbaijan and Algeria.

   Berndt Weber (Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford / CERI-SciencesPo) gave a presentation on the 5th of February, the above topic in the context of the Visiting Fellows Series and I chaired the session. Below it the summary of Berndt’s presentation as prepared by him. There was a very interesting debate that followed.  An effective … Continue reading

EU energy and climate change policies: Finding a better solution for the environment and consumers


A pan-European Conference for EU reform – London 14-15th of January 2014-02-19 Roundtable discussion: EU energy and climate change policies: Finding a better solution for the environment and consumers
 My contribution to the conclusions of the conference: There was a good discussion in the room about the interaction between the EU’s energy and environmental policies and … Continue reading

Seminar: Security and Energy in the Eastern Mediterranean – 12th Feb

Security and Energy in the Eastern Mediterranean  Speaker: Androulla Kaminara (St Antony’s College, Oxford) Discussant: Gareth Winrow (Independent Analyst) Chair: Avi Shlaim (St Antony’s College, Oxford) Wednesday, 12th February at 12.30pm Lunch provided European Studies Centre, 70 Woodstock Road Please contact european.studies@sant.ox.ac.uk or telephone 01865 274470

The far right in Greece: Dawn or Dusk?

A questions and answers session with Dr. Tryfon Bampilis What are the facts about the Golden Dawn party in Greece? Is it a neo-Nazi party? What can we expect in the future? These and other very interesting questions were discussed during a seminar organized by SEESOX[1] at St Antony’s College, Oxford that took place on the … Continue reading

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