Vassilis Petsinis is a Marie Curie Experienced Researcher at the University of Tartu (Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies). With a PhD from the University of Birmingham, his specialisation is European politics and ethnopolitics with a regional focus on central and southeast Europe (including the Baltic States). Commentary authored between May 1, 2017 and April 30, 2019 was achieved with research funding from the European Union (Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, Individual Fellowships-IF, project name: MERWBKBS-749400).
The convergence of divergence? Youth radicalization in Hungary, Bulgaria, and Greece
What separates youth radicalization in Greece from other European countries such as Hungary and Bulgaria?
Putin’s 'useless idiots' or signs of a deeper pathology? Russophilia and national populism in Greece
A number of ministers in the new Greek government have already been criticised by European commentators for their...
Random friends or asymmetric ‘Trojan horses’? An analysis of the far right in Central and Southeast Europe.
What has orientated parties such as Jobbik and Golden Dawn towards Moscow, and what are the implications for Russian...