Harris Mylonas

Harris Mylonas joined the Elliott School of International Affairs in Fall 2009 as Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs. He received his Ph.D. in political science from Yale University in 2008, and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Athens, Greece. He has also published articles in international newspapers and magazines (LA Times, Foreign Policy, Newsweek Japan, Hurriyet Daily News and Economic Review, The National, and The Age, among others). His expertise: Nation-building in the Balkans, European integration, comparative politics, international relations. http://elliott.gwu.edu/faculty/mylonas.cfm

Is Greece a Failing Developed State? Causes and Socioeconomic Consequences of the Financial Crisis

The Context Is the Greek financial crisis an isolated case or the first in a series of future failing developed states? It may not be on the front page of the Financial Times anymore, but it is far from over. The financial crisis did not only manifest itself in Greece, but also in Ireland, which has also sought an equally large EU-IMF rescue plan, and in Portugal and Spain, which too have been... Continue Reading

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