The Greek Politics Specialist Group has a marvellous track record within the PSA of activism and engagement.

Helena Djurkovic

CEO, Political Studies Association

The Greek Politics Specialist Group (GPSG) is one the most active international networks for the study of Greek politics. Their wide range of activities and publications has nourished our understanding of modern Greece in all of its fascinating complexity.

Dimitris Papadimitriou

Professor of Politics, University of Manchester

The GPSG should be the first — and the best — resource for journalists and international news organizations who want informed and informative analysis on events in Greece that have global implications.

Susan Moeller

Professor of Media and International Affairs, University of Maryland

The GPSG has established itself into one of the most lively specialist communities under the PSA and indeed a leading network of scholarly excellence on Greek politics.

George Pagoulatos

Professor of European Politics and Economy, Athens University of Economics and Business

The Greek Politics Specialist Group provides a tasty and varied menu of information and insights into the politics of one of Europe’s most interesting and neglected countries.

Richard Rose

Professor and Founder-Director, Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde

In an age of crisis, GPSG has functioned as a much-needed forum for debate and reflection; as a valuable interface between Greek and international academia; an effort to be strengthened and inspire similar initiatives

Yannis Stavrakakis

Professor of Political Discourse Analysis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; Vice-President of the Hellenic Political Science Association

GPSG is a great group with a lot of exciting initiatives, working to advance the study of politics in a comparative perspective.

Jacint Jordana

Professor of Political Science and Public Administration at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

The Group is doing an excellent job, disseminating Greek political scientists’ ideas and information about the political situation in Greece.

Theodore Chadjipadelis

Professor of Applied Statistics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki