Nazanin Armanian

Nazanín Armanian has lived in Spain since 1983 and is a Professor of International Relations at UNED and graduate in Political Sciences. She also gives classes at Barcelona University. She has published 15 books on subjects related to Islam, women and the situation in the Middle East. She writes for the newspaper public.es among others. www.nazanin.es

Greece’s geopolitics

Located in the Eastern Mediterranean and facing three continents, Greece, the weak link of the European Union (EU) and NATO, has strange relationships with Russia, China, Iran, Israel and Egypt. Simultaneously it is the bottleneck in migration issues, and contributes…

Turning point in Eurasia: Azerbaijan distances itself from the USA and the EU

Not even the extravagance of Ilham Aliev’s government on the European Olympics in June 2015 – which included the payment of transport costs and a breakfast of Azeri kuku for the 6000 athletes during the games – could change the…