Articles by George Kordas

August 22, 2023

Are repeat elections in Bulgaria a sign of democratic health or weakness?

George Kordas
George Kordas argues that repeat elections can benefit democracy if democratic mechanisms function effectively, giving voice to people frustrated with the current system. But when, as in Bulgaria, elections produce paralysis, and old powers continue in office, this compromises citizens’ belief in democracy
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George Kordas
PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science and History, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences

George's dissertation looks into the way European values are transformed in MEPs' discourse during the migration and refugee crisis.

His research interests also lie in far-right subcultures in Southeast Europe.

George is a scientific associate at Panteion University's Centre for Political Research.

He has published in the journal Partecipazione e Conflitto and in the Routledge Handbook of Non-Violent Extremism.

Routledge Handbook of Non-Violent Extremism
Groups, Perspectives and New Debates
Edited By Elisa Orofino, William Allchorn

He has also contributed to bigger collections for the Greek elections, and has written numerous book reviews and review essays.

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