Pierre Sintès outlines his research on border identities, globalisation in society and its emerging issues in Greece within the historical, socio-political, economic and cultural contexts of the past 15 years and earlier. Sintès focusses particularly on the impacts of the fall of the Marxist-inspired regimes of the 1990s and the 2008 financial crash on Greece, its neighbouring states and its position within Europe and the European Union. Sintès sets out his hypotheses of how these events have shaped the shared space, history, identity and memory of those who live in Greece, in its fringes, and its neighbouring states.
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