| Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy


  • Emiliano Alessandri, Senior External Co-operation Officer, Office of the Secretary General, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Vienna
  • Marianthi Anastasatou, Economist, Reseach Associate, Council of Economic Advisors [Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Competition, International Trade]
  • Ekavi Athanassopoulou, Assistant Professor of International Relations, Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Athens, [U.S. Foreign Policy, Turkey, Israel, Organised Crime]
  • Dimitris Antoniou, PhD, University of Oxford, UK, [Religion and Politics]
  • Jens Bastian, Economist, member of the EU Task Force for Greece (TFGR)  [Balkan Economy]
  • Spyros Blavoukos, Assistant Professor, Department of International and European Economic Studies, Athens University of Economics [Analysis of International and European Institutions]
  • Chatziefstathiou Dikaia
  • Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou , Lecturer, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki [online and participatory journalism, social media and networks, new media literacy, hate speech on web 2.0 platforms]
  • Kyriakos Filinis, PhD, Political Science and Public Administration,  [Political Economy]
  • Dr. Theocharis N. Grigoriadis, Visiting Researcher-DAAD Fellow. Humboldt University of Berlin. [Political Economy, Comparative Economic Systems, Foreign Aid, Religion and Economics, Russia and the former Soviet Union, Israel]
  • Ruby Gropas, Lecturer, Law Faculty, Democritus University of Thrace, [Human Rights, European Integration, EU Foreign Policy, Balkans, Migration]
  • Panos Hatziprokopiou, Tutor at the Department of Spatial Planning & Development, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, [Migration, labour market, urban sociology & geography, nationalism]
  • Evangelos Ilias-Tembos, Expert- First Counsellor, Ηellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs, [European Union & European Defence Policy] & Senior Research Fellow of ELIAMEP.
  • Antonis Kamaras, Adviser to the Mayor of Thessaloniki, [Corporate Internationalisation, Εmerging Markets]
  • Andreas Kintis, PhD, University of Hull, UK, [European Affairs]
  • Christos Kollias, Associate Professor, University of Thessaly, [Defence Economics]
  • Mihalis Kritikos, Legal expert on EU Law, Risk Regulation, Technology Law, Food Safety Law, Legal Back-casting and Ethics of New and Emerging Technologies
  • Tania Kyriakou, Lawyer and  Instructor,  LLM programmes of the School of Law of the University of Liverpool [Philosophy of law, European Law, Constitutional Law, Human Rights]
  • Stella Ladi, Lecturer, Department of Politics and History, Panteion University [Europeanization, Public Policy]
  • Elena Lazarou , Assistant Professor of International Relations, Centre of International Relations, School of History and Social Sciences, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro [European Integration, External Relations of the EU, Turkey, Brazil]
  • Panagiotis Liargovas, Professor, University of Peloponese [International Economics]
  • Antigoni Lyberaki, Professor, Panteion University [Small-Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Labour Market, Welfare State, Immigration]
  • Thanos Maroukis, [Migration, Social Theory, Labour Markets]
  • Sofia Michalaki, Communications Consultant, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Athens [discourse analysis, political discourse, political communication, employment policy]

  • Lina Papadopoulou, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, [Hellenic, Comparative and European Constitutional Law]
  • Takis Pappas, Assistant Professor, University of Macedonia [Comparative study of extraordinary leadership in democracy, mass radicalism, and patronage politics]
  • Dimitris Skleparis, PhD, Politics and International Relations [Irregular Migration, Asylum, Security Studies, Social Movements, Social and Political Radicalisation]
  • Stribis Ioannis,  Assistant Professor of International Institutions, Faculty of Humanities, University of Aegean Rhodes
  • Platon Tinios, Economist, Assistant Professor in the University of Piraeus [Public Finance, Social Policy, Population Ageing, Labour Economics]
  • Panagiotis Tsakonas, Professor, University of the Aegean [Foreign Policy, Greek-Turkish relations, Mediterranean Security]
  • Dimitris Tsarouhas, Assistant Professor, Bilkent University, [Europeanisation, European Political Economy, Social Democracy, Welfare Politics and Labour Relations, Greek-Turkish Relations, EU-Turkey Relations]
  • George Tzogopoulos, PhD Media and Communication Studies,  [Media and politics/international relations, Chinese affairs]
  • Sappho Xenakis , PhD, London School of Economics and Political  Science, UK,
  • Alexandros Yannis, PhD, European External Action Service, European Union, Brussels [EU Foreign policy, Southeastern Europe and Black Sea]


  • Dimitris Antoniou, PhD, University of Oxford, UK, [Religion and Politics]
  • Bledar Feta, [Democratization,Transition and European Integration of Western Balkans, Ethnic Conflicts, State-building, Albanian Populations Outside Albania]
  • Dina Karydi,  [European Policy & the Third Sector, Democratisation & Participations, Models of Governance]
  • Alexander Kentikelenis, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Sociology and King’s College, University of Cambridge [Political Sociology, International and Comparative Political Economy, Public Health]
  • Dimitri Kokoromytis, PhD Student, University of Utah, [International Relations, Foreign Policy Decision Making, East Asia, China, Taiwan, North Korea, Political Behavior]
  • Anastasia Papakondstantinou, PhD Candidate, Department of Economics- University of Peloponnese [Poverty and social exclusion before and after the crisis]
  • Myrto Stasinopoulou, MPhil candidate, University of Oxford, UK, [Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Economy]
  • Vera Tika, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Political Science and History, Panteion University (Processes of Democratization of the Balkan countries. Albania, Bulgaria and Romania after the fall of Communism)
  • Maria Ververidou, M.A. Bilkent University – Ankara / M.A. SOAS – London, [Turkish Politics]
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