Stavros Drakoularakos holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and History from the Panteion University of Athens. He obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree on International and European Relations from the National University of Athens and the University Paris I – Panthéon – Sorbonne, respectively. As a Research Expert for the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) and its MENA Programme, he conducted research on the EU’s state-rebuilding capabilities and on EU-GCC States relations. Having written extensively on MENA countries and Turkish-Israeli relations, he was also a Research Expert for the Centre for Religious Pluralism in the Middle East (CRPME) – a Greek MFA initiative. He is a Greek, French and English native speaker. He has been a member of CEMMIS since April 2013.
- 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