Angelos Kaskanis

Dr. Angelos Kaskanis is Brussels Morning Political Advisor/Editor. His field of research is Security Studies and the impact of International Terrorism in Southeastern Europe and the Caucasus. He has participated in/co-organized several workshops in more than 20 countries that focus on Religious Extremism, Radicalization, Safety, and Security in Southeastern Europe, European Identity, and Greco-Turkish Relations.

In the past he has worked on several projects with the Hellenic Parliament, MPSOTC Kilkis, NATO's Public Diplomacy Division, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Awards of academic excellence include scholarship from the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation. He speaks Greek, English, Russian, German, and Turkish.
59 Articles

Interview with President Sali Berisha, Europe’s last Imprisoned Political Leader

Greece (Brussels Morning) - In October 2023, Ms. Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, during…

North Korea’s “Gifts of Sincerity”

Greece (Brussels Morning) - North Korea has agreed to temporarily stop sending trash-filled balloons to South Korea, which…

India will not sacrifice its strategic partnership with Russia for the West

Greece (Brussels Morning) - Russia continues to be a significant supplier of weapons to India, with Russian equipment…

Ukraine-Russia Conflict Shows No Signs of Resolution(progress towards peace)

Greece (Brussels Morning) - As the two-year mark of Russia's invasion of Ukraine passed, the international community had…

The Israeli-Iranian Strategic Rivalry

On October 7th, 2023, Hamas initiated a surprise operation named Operation Al-Aqsa Flood within southern Israel. While Iran…

The North Korean Magnolia

To assure readiness for North Korea's nuclear and missile provocations, South Korea, Japan, and the United States performed…

The new face of regional conflicts

Putin also addressed Western nations' decision to supply Ukraine with F-16 fighter jets, claiming that Russia will shoot…

Breaking Barriers? They are already a knockout!

Brussels Morning asked three dynamic women to share how they improve themselves, and how they combine martial arts…

The Future of Antioch

The deadliest disaster in modern Turkey's history, the quake killed more than 53,000 people in Turkey and nearly…

The Threat to Maritime Security in the Red Sea

There exists a misconception within certain sectors of the industry that certain affiliations may provide immunity from attacks.…

Sweden’s journey towards joining NATO

Russian President Vladimir Putin perceives NATO expansion as a direct threat to Russia's security, citing it as a…

Open Governance: A Vital Paradigm for Modern Democracy

At the heart of the OGP lies the bedrock principle of transparency, wherein governments pledge to share information…

Iran’s military capabilities

The Islamic Republic of Iran has maintained opposition to the United States and the NATO Alliance's involvement in…

Greece and North Macedonia in NATO: Reshaping the Map of Southeastern Europe or Reshaping the Security Map of Southeastern Europe

The country's admission to the Alliance took on global dimensions and the normalization of relations between the two…

The aftermath of the floods in Derna

Greece (Brussels Morning) In the aftermath of the floods, the Libyan city of Derna is facing a second…