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Cheila Eirini

Ειρήνη Χειλά

Professor of International Politics at Panteion University of Political and Social Sciences

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Telephone:
210-92201872
Address:                
Panteion University 136,
Syggrou Avenue 176 71 Athens
Building:
DESKoi
Office:
A4

 

Short Bio

Eirini Cheila is Professor of International Politics at Panteion University of Political, and Social Sciences (Athens), she was Head of the Department of International, European and Area Studies of the same University (2012-2015), Director of International and Strategic Studies join Master Program of Panteion University (Department of International, European and Area Studies) and the Military Academy. She is Vice President of the State Scholarships Foundation. She was Deputy Director at the Institute of International Relations of Panteion University (2008-09), a Stanley J. Seeger Visiting Fellow at Princeton University (1996-1997), a Visiting Research Fellow at King’s College, London (1997-1998), and a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Science and Politics in Berlin (2007), Visiting Professor at Paris II Panthéon–Assas (2010-2011). She was a Member of the Board of Directors of the Defence Analyses Institute (2007-2009). She is member of the Hellenic Society of International Law and International Relations. She got her B.A. in Political Sciences and Public Administration, University of Athens, Department of Political Sciences and Public Administration, her M.A. in International Studies, Université Paris II Panthéon–Assas and her Ph.D. in International Relations, Panteion University.

Her research and teaching interests include: “Theories of International Relations”, “Foreign Policy Analysis”, “International Institutions and Crisis management”. She has written numerous articles in Greek, French and English Reviews. Her most recent book is about “International Crises toward the 21st Century. Questions of Theory and Management”, Athens: Piotita, 2012, (in Greek). Currently, I write a book about Current Dilemmas of Greek Foreign Policy: The Challenge of financial crisis, the domestic and the international context, (Forthcoming 2016, in English).

 

Academic posts

  • Professor of International Politics at Panteion University of Political, and Social Sciences (Athens),
  • Visiting Scholar at the George Washington University, Elliott  School of International Affairs (July 2016-July 2017),
  • Visiting Scholar  at the Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Department of Political Science (Academic year 2016-2017),
  • Former Head of the Department of International, European and Area Studies of the same University (2012-2015),
  • Director of International and Strategic Studies join Master Program of Panteion University (Department of International, European and Area Studies) and the Military Academy,
  • Former Vice President of the State Scholarships Foundation (2013-2016),
  • Former Deputy Director at the Institute of International Relations of Panteion University (2008-09),
  • Former Member of the Board of Directors of the Defense Analyses Institute (2007-2009),
  • Member of the Hellenic Society of International Law and International Relations.

 

 Fellowships

  • Princeton University | Stanley J. Seeger Visiting Fellow (1996-1997),
  • King’s College, London | Visiting Research Fellow (1997-1998),
  • Institut Wissenschaft und Politik (Institute of Science and Politics), Berlin | Visiting Fellow (2007),
  • Paris II Panthéon–Assas | Visiting Professor (2010-2011).

 

Research

  • Numerous articles in Greek, French and English Reviews about Foreign Policy Analysis with emphasis in Greek foreign policy in the post bipolar era, ethnic conflict and international security.
  • Most recent book: “International Crises toward the 21st Century. Questions of Theory and Management”. Athens: Poiotita, 2012, (in Greek).
  • Currently, working on a book, relating to Current Dilemmas of Greek Foreign Policy: The Challenge of Financial Crisis, the Domestic and the International Context (in English; forthcoming 2016).

 

Teaching Intersts

  • Theories of International Relations,
  • Foreign Policy Analysis,
  • Crisis Management and Multilateral Diplomacy

 

Extended  CV