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210 9201852
Διεύθυνση:
Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο
Λ. Συγγρου 136, 176 71 Αθήνα
Κτίριο:
ΔΕΣΚοι
Γραφείο:
Γ7

 

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Cheila Eirini

Ειρήνη Χειλά

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

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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 

 

Dimitris Keridis

Δημήτρης Καιρίδης

Professor of International Relations

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Telephone:
210 9201851, 210 6847912
Address:
Panteion University
136, Syggrou Avenue, 176 71 Greece
Building:
DESKoi 
Office:
Γ10

 

Biographical Note

Dimitris Keridis is a Professor of International Politics at Panteion University of Athens. He is a senior fellow at the Konstantinos G. Karamanlis Foundation and the deputy director of the Institute of International Relations in Athens. Since 2002 he has been directing the annual Olympia Summer Academy in Politics and International Studies in Greece (www.olympiasummeracademy.org) and since 2009 the Navarino Network, a public policy think-tank based in Thessaloniki (www.navarinonetwork.org). He is also a regular TV political commentator.

He has served as a senior consultant at the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as the Constantine Karamanlis Associate Professor in Hellenic and European Studies at the Fletcher School, Tufts University, as the director of the Kokkalis Foundation in Athens and of the Kokkalis Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and as a senior researcher at the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, USA.

His latest book in English is entitled: The Historical Dictionary of Modern Greece, London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., to be reprinted and updated in 2016. His recent books in Greek include a monograph on “Nationalism, Ethnic Conflicts and International Relations: Theory and Practice in the Balkans” and “Constantine G. Karamanlis and the Foreign Press” as well as the editing of the collective volume entitled “Thessaloniki: A city in transition, 1912-2012”.

Some of his recent publications in English include:

  • Dimitris Keridis, US Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change in an Increasingly Complex World in Nikos Tzifakis, ed., International Politics in Times of Change, Heidelberg, Springer, 2011.
  • Dimitris Keridis, The Foreign Policy of Turkey: The Emergence of a Regional Leader, in McKercher, B.J.C., ed., Handbook of Diplomacy and Statecraft, New York, NY: Routledge, 2011.
  • Constantine Arvanitopoulos and Dimitris Keridis, Turkey and the Identity of Europe, Harvard International Review, Vol. 33 Issue 1, 2011.
  • Dimitris Keridis, Greek Foreign Policy: Past, Present and Future Strategies, in Constantine Arvanitopoulos and Konstantina E. Botsiou, eds., The Constantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy Yearbook 2010, Heidelberg, Springer, 2010.
  • Dimitris Keridis, Historical Dictionary of Modern Greece, Scarecrow Press, Inc., Lanham, MD, 2009.

Tagaras Haris

Ταγαράς Χαρίσιος

International Law Professor

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Telephone:
210 9201842
Address:
Panteion University
136, Syggrou Avenue, 176 71 Greece
Building:
Neoktisto 
Office:
ST4

 

Curriculum Vitae

Home country, places of work :

Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, 1955; studied in Thessaloniki, 1973-1977, studied and worked in Belgium 1978-82 and Thessaloniki (military service 1984-86), worked in Luxembourg and Belgium 1986-90, in Athens 1990-2005, in Luxembourg 2005-2011, in Luxembourg and Athens 2011-2013, Athens as from 2014.

Legal education:

Degree in Law, University of Thessaloniki, 1977; Postgraduate degree in European Law (Licence spéciale en droit européen), University of Brussels, 1982; PhD in private international law and E.C. law, University of Thessaloniki, 1984.

University Position:

Professor at the Panteion University, Athens, Department of International, European and Area Studies (holder of a Jean Monnet ad personam Chairfrom academic year 1998-99 to academic year 2004-05). Main subject matters taught: European Union Law, Private International Law, Human Rights.

First-time elected at the University in 1990; since then (with the exception of the term of office at the European Union Civil Service Tribunal, 2005-2011, during which university activities were suspended according to the law) and for various periods :

Administrative functions at the Panteion University

-          Member of the steering committee of the Postgraduates Studies ’Programme

-          Member of the Senate

-          Vice-President of the Department

Other teaching and administrative activities

-          Visiting Professor of E.C. private international law at the European Institute of Public Administration/Luxembourg Antenna for the “Master on European Legal Studies” and frequent presenter in its seminars on E.U. law after the Lisbon Treaty

-          External collaborator of the Université Libre de Bruxelles

-          Regular seminars in many Central and Eastern European countries in the framework of the Tempus, Phare and Tajex programmes, as well as in the Cyprus Academy for Public Administration

-          Teaching and administration activities at the National Centre of Public Administration, Athens, for E.C. law matters

-          Examiner of the State Scholarship Foundation (1995-1998 and 2012-2013

-          Member of the Board of the Greek Association for European Communities Studies (i.e. the association of University Professors in the area of E.C. studies - an ECSA affiliated association) 

Other activities

Practising lawyer; founding member of the European Lawyers’ Association (UAE), 1987, member of its first executive committee and president of its first commission on Community conventions 

Associated member of the International Academy of Comparative Law. 

Member of the European Bar Human Right Institue (IDHAE) and frequent member of the jury for the attribution of the “Ludovic Trarieux International Human Rights Prize”. 

Past activities :

Academic activities prior to the election at the Panteion University

Chercheur libre at the Institut d’Etudes Européennes, ULB, 1980-82; Visiting Scholar, University of Cambridge, 1982; legal collaborator at the Centre for International and European Economic Law, Thessaloniki, 1982-1984.

State positions

From 1993 to 2004, external collaborator of the Ministry of Justice for judicial cooperation in civil matters (previously Justice and Home Affairs -  3rd pillar in the European Union) with participation in numerous experts’ groups in Brussels and, since 1995, in the Standing Committee of the Lugano Convention.

In 1993-1994, counsel at the Ministry of Education.  

From 1999 to 2005, member of the Competition Commission entrusted with the enforcement of anti-trust law in Greece, and from June 2000 to December 2002 member of the National Telecommunications and Post Commission, the national high authority with regulatory and enforcement powers in the respective fields.

Member of numerous bill-drafting committees (public procurement, sport law, Vienna Convention on sale of goods etc.).  

Work and other activities in international organizations

Juriste/linguiste, Council of the E.C., 1980-82, Administrator, Court of justice and Commission (DG I) of the E.C., 1986-87 and 1988-90 respectively
President, Civil Law Committee/European Enforcement Order of the Council of the European Union, first semester of 2003; member of the Lugano Convention steering committee
Judge at the European Union Civil Service Tribunal, 2005-2011 (from 2009 to 2011 President of the Second Chamber) 

Other activities

Member of the first, after the 1967/1974 dictatorship, student governing boards and associations, namely of the  Governing Board of the Association of the Thessaloniki Faculty of Law Students, of the National University Students’ Congress (ΠανσπουδαστικόΣυνέδριο) and of the Association of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Students (ΦΕΑΠΘ). 

Academic and Professional Organisations :
Member of numerous academic and professional associations.

Publications – speeches at law congresses, conferences and seminars :
Numerous books and articles in legal reviews, in Greek, French and English; member of the publication committee of the Cahiers de droit européen.  Frequent presenter at law congresses, conferences and seminars in Greece and abroad.

Publications

List of publications

Constantine Arvanitopoulos

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Professor of International Relations

Email:
ca [ at ] arvanitopoulos.gr
Telephone:
+30 210 9201847
Address:
Panteion University
136, Syggrou Avenue 176 71 Athens
Building:
DESKoi 
Office:
G5

 

Short Bio

Constantine Arvanitopoulos is Professor of International Relations. He is graduate of Panteion University and holds an MA and PhD in International Relations from the School of International Service, American University, Washington DC

He has been Lecturer on International Relations and Comparative Politics at the School of International Service at the American University (1987-89), Post-doctoral Fellow at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University (1990-92) and Assistant Professor of Government and European Politics at the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University (1992-95)

His research interests are in International Relations theory, Political theory, European politics and US foreign policy analysis. He has taught courses on theory and methodology of International Relations, European politics, and comparative analysis.

He has published articles on the EU, the non-aligned movement, Greek-Turkish relations, the study of leadership and authoritarian regimes. He has written books on the transitions from authoritarianism to democracy, on transatlantic relations, on US foreign policy and a textbook on international relations. His latest book is on European Liberalism. He is currently writing a book on the Greco-Roman Origins of Republicanism.

Constantine Arvanitopoulos was Member of the Greek Parliament with New Democracy (2012-2014). On November 11, 2011 he was appointed Alternate Minister of Education, Lifelong Learning and Religious Affairs in the coalition Government of Lucas Papademos. He served as Minister of Education, Religious Affairs, Civilization & Sports from June 2012 until June, 2014.

He was Director of the Political Office of the President of New Democracy from 2009 to 2011 and Director General of the Constantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy from 2000 to 2010. He was the spokesperson for the New Democracy Party during the national elections of September 2007. He has also served as Representative of the New Democracy Party (ND) to the National Council of Foreign Policy, Member of the Academic Council of the Centre for European Studies (CES) and Member of the Board of Directors of UNESCO-Greece.

 

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Selected Publications

Books 

  • Social Liberalism: For a Greece of Freedom and Social Liberty, 2014 [in Greek]
  • The Institutional Framework of American Foreign Policy Decision-Making, 2009 [in Greek]
  • American Foreign Policy after the Cold War, 2000 [in Greek]
  • Euro-Atlantic Relations, with P. Ifestos, 1999 [in Greek]
  • International Relations: Trend and Transformation, with D. Konstas, 1997 [in Greek]

Edited Volumes

  • Reforming Europe: The Role of Centre-Right. (Heidelberg: Springer, 2010).
  • Turkey’s Accession to the European Union: An Unusual Candidacy. (Heidelberg: Springer, 2009).
  • Essays on International Politics, 2006 [in Greek]
  • Governance Challenges for the European Centre-Right, 2006 [in Greek]
  • 30 Years of Greek Foreign Policy: 1974-2004, co-edited with M. Kopa, 2005 [in Greek]
  • EU Integration and the Future of South Eastern Europe, co-edited with K. Botsiou and Bernhard Lamers (Athens: Sideris Publishers, 2003)
  • Democracy, Security and Economic Development in South Eastern Europe, (Athens: Sideris Publishers, 2003).