Under the guidance, support and mentoring of CLC’s team, Mr Dimitris Kourkoulas, ex-EU Ambassador & ex-Deputy Foreign Minister of Greece and Miss Elpida Drakouli, BSc in Political Science with concentration in International Development, our students Myrto Iosifidi, Marilena Zotou, Silia Triantafilli, Rokka Karolina, Despoina Rozou and Melina Velissaratou carry out a research project about a legal analysis of Aegean dispute between Greece and Turkey.

This research paper attempts to contribute to the politics and international law field by examining the validity of the arguments posed by Greece and Turkey on the Aegean Dispute. The objective of this paper is to objectively assess how each country’s claims fare against treaties, conventions and customary law. This paper has utilized qualitative data for this report and finds that Greece has legal validity on two components of the Aegean Dispute, whilst one component is ambiguous. 

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