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AHI Foundation Publishes Winter 2011-12 Online Policy Journal
January 12, 2012—No. 01 (202) 785-8430

AHI Foundation Publishes Winter 2011-12 Online Policy Journal

WASHINGTON, DC —The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) announces the third volume release of its Winter 2011-12 Online Policy Journal.

“This issue of the AHI policy journal addresses a cluster of national and international issues pertinent to the interests of Greece, Cyprus, and the United States,” writes Professor Dan Georgakas, editor, Online Policy Journal, in the Forward. “Our coverage offers a mix of strategy, documentation, tactics, and analysis that aims to enrich public discourse on these issues.”

In addition to the Forward by Professor Georgakas, the AHIF Online Policy Journal provides expert commentary and analysis from:

  • Republic of Cyprus Foreign Minister Dr. Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis, “Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean: Strategic Location, Strategic Opportunities”
  • AHI President Nick Larigakis, “One Year to the Presidential Election: Has President Obama Met Expectations?”
  • Director of Greek American Studies, Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Queens College, CUNY, Professor Dan Georgakas, “Election Year Possibilities for Greek American Activism”
  • Associate Professor of Modern Greek, Department of Classical Studies, University of Michigan, Dr. Artemis Leontis, “Modern Greek Studies at the University Level: Challenges and Opportunities”
  • AHI Foundation Study Abroad Program Participant Michael Savvas, “Reflections After A Summer Trip to Cyprus”
  • Dr. Konstantinos Fotiades, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, “The Pontian Genocide: From the Time of the Young Turks to the Advent of Mustafa Kemal”
  • Professor of Joint and Multinational Operations at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College campus and an adjunct professor of government at George Mason University, Dr. Harry Dinella, “The New Turkish General Staff and the Implications for Greek and Cypriot Security”
  • AHI Foundation Fellow and Associate Professor of History, Salem State University, Dr. Alexandros K. Kyrou, “Book Review: “The First Victory: Greece in the Second World War” by George C. Blytas

To read the AHIF Online Policy Journal, please click here.

The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, tax-exempt educational and research organization, and the first “think tank” devoted to Greek American issues.

The American Hellenic Institute is an independent non-profit Greek American public policy center that works to strengthen relations between the United States and Greece and Cyprus, and within the Greek American community.


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