Objective: To highlight aspects of the process by which the interactions of international relations are captured in special ways, at administrative/ governance level, in a historical context.
The research project uses the Italian rule over the Dodecanese during the 1912-1943 period, and the consequent clash of domestic and international political processes in Greece and Italy, as reference frame.
In this context, the aim of the project is to capture the way in which institutional and extra-institutional factors influence policy production that is then projected onto international relations. The established, modern ideology of autonomous reproduction of politics within the nation-state is also considered.
The project was awarded a research expenses certificate from the Greek General Secretariat for Research and Innovation (GSRI)