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Alexis Heraclides was born on 1952 in Alexandria, Egypt.

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He has written hundreds of articles in Greek dailies and magazines (many of which have been republished in Greek Cypriot and Turkish newspapers) on minority issues, the resolution of the Cyprus problem (via a loose consociational bicommunal federation), the amelioration of Greek-Turkish relations and the comprehensive settlement of the pending Aegean dispute, the settlement of the vexing “Macedonian Question” between Athens and Skopje (the name of “Macedonia”), and on Greek and Greek-Cypriot nationalism. On these issues he has also participated within various NGOs in Greece and Cyprus (The Front for Reason against Nationalism, Centre of Minority Groups, Cyprus Academic Dialogue and others). In 1997 he was awarded the Abdi Ipekçi Peace and Friendship Prize for his newspaper articles on the resolution of the Greek-Turkish conflict. His repeated criticism of nationalism in Greece and in the Republic of Cyprus has earned him the opprobrium of key nationalist figures in both countries, and he has been repeatedly attacked in the conservative Greek and Greek Cypriot press and by ultra-nationalist political parties (inter alia in the Greek Parliament) and organizations in Greece and Cyprus from mid-1990s until today.


Alexis Heraclides (born 1952 in Alexandria) is a Greek academic and public intellectual (son of ambassador Dimitris Heraclides), and from 2004 until 2019 professor of International Relations and conflict resolution at the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (Athens). He is now emeritus professor but continues to teach (gratis) at Panteion University. Previously he served as counselor on minorities and human rights in the Greek foreign ministry (1983-1997) and in that capacity participated in a number of norm-setting intergovernmental conferences on human rights and minorities, notably in the context of the CSCE (Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe). He was also appointed alternate expert of the UN Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities (UN Commission on Human Rights) (1990-1992).