Constantine Capsaskis is a political analyst and journalist focused on diplomatic and security developments in the eastern Mediterranean.

Constantine completed his PhD in History at the University of Cambridge, researching the British Secret Services in Greece from 1940 to 1947, as part of wider British military and diplomatic planning in the region. He also holds an MPhil in Modern History from Cambridge, an MA in History from the University of St. Andrews, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Law.

His research focus is on the continued international geostrategic importance of the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as relations between the states in the area.