Martina Dočkalová

born in 1985, is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of International Relations and Area Studies of Panteion University in Greece. She focuses on enduring rivalries and their evolution, with a special emphasis on linkages between domestic and international politics. She worked as a researcher at the Institute of International Relations in Athens, and completed several internships and study programmes in Turkey, Cyprus and Egypt.

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  • Vol 53 No 4 (2018) - Book Reviews
    Vedat Yorucu and Özay Mehmet: The Southern Energy Corridor: Turkey’s Role in European Energy Security
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