Here you can have a look at recent blog posts, comment articles & interviews.
Attitudes in established democracies show there is still a place for independent experts in politics
Comment featured in the LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, December 2016
(Italian) Le attitudini dei cittadini mostrano che esperti indipendenti hanno ancora un ruolo da giocare nelle democrazie europee
Comment featured in DeFacto, Zurich University’s Academic Blog, December 2016
Italian Referendum on Constitutional Reform: What Does the ‘No’ Vote Mean for Italy and Europe, The Global Observatory, December 2016.
Experts React: The Greek Referendum, Featured at the LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, July 2015
Eri Bertsou on the 2015 Greek Elections, HotSeat Government Department, London School of Economics
Greek parliamentary elections 2015: A final look at the parties and the polling
Featured at the LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, January 2015
With Greek MPs set to vote on the country’s new president, the stakes couldn’t be higher for Greece and the Eurozone.
Featured at the LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, December 2014
The European Parliament elections in Greece will take place against a backdrop of increasing disillusionment with politics among Greek citizens.
Featured at the LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, May 2014
Fragmentation Is Here to Stay, Short Comment
First Thoughts on the 18 & 25 May 2014 Elections in Greece, GPSG, May 2014