Articles by Fotini Zarogianni

Fotini Zarogianni is a young researcher and professional specialising in international security (mostly conflict and warfare studies) and foreign policy, with a regional focus on the Middle East and North Africa and EuroMediterranean regions. She is currently a PhD Candidate researching on proxy warfare and threats of force, while working as Research Officer at the Anna Lindh Foundation. Fotini holds a Master of Advanced International Studies and a BA in Law, while she has extensive work experience in the international affairs policy field.

Introduction: The UN, peace and security The quintessential goal of the United Nations, as clearly expressed in its constitutive document, the Charter of the United Nations, is the maintenance of international peace and security. The latter involves not only the management of conflicts, inter- or intra-state, and the absence of violence (negative peace), but also…

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