Articles by Nikolaos Lampas

June 1, 2022

Turkey's veto on the NATO application from Sweden and Finland will not hold for long

Nikolaos Lampas
The alliance can reverse Turkey’s opposition to Sweden and Finland joining NATO. Turkey's behaviour rests on three needs: to secure economic concessions for its struggling economy, to acquire F-16 and F-35 fighter aircraft, and to reassert itself as a NATO powerbroker, writes Nikolaos Lampas Turkey’s objection to Sweden and Finland joining NATO Sweden and Finland's […]
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Nikolaos Lampas
Assistant Professor of International Relations and European Affairs. Deree, the American College of Greece

Nikolaos specialises in US foreign policy, securitisation theory, and the nexus between terrorism and migration.

His most recent publications relate to the securitisation of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the causes of prejudicial attitudes towards refugees.

He is currently working on a project that analyses the attitudes of US lawmakers towards the Iraq war.

He tweets @Nikos_Lampas

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