This research fellowship was created in 2007, with support from the J.F.Costopoulos Foundation. Through its establishment ELIAMEP sought to upgrade its research on traditional foreign policy issues, such as the European integration, Greek-Turkish relations, developments in the Middle East and the Balkans or transatlantic relation. At the same time, this new post furthered ELIAMEP’s efforts to create a supportive environment for the development of Greece’s research potential.
The fellowship is held by Dimitris Katsikas.
The fellowship was held by Ioannis Armakolas. For detailed information regarding the activities and the scientific production of the fellows click here: 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-18 (in Greek), 2018-2019, 2019-2020.
The fellowship was held jointly by Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos and Dimitris Katsikas. For detailed information regarding the activities and the scientific production of the fellows click here and here (in Greek).
The fellowship was held by George Glynos. For detailed information regarding the activities and the scientific production of the fellow click here (in Greek).
The fellowship was held by Jannis Emmanouilidis. For detailed information regarding the activities and the scientific production of the fellow click here: 2007-2008 και 2008-2009 (in Greek).
* Stavros I. Costopoulos (1900-1968)
Stavros I. Costopoulos was born in Kalamata on 14 September 1900. He was the youngest son of Ioannis F. Costopoulos, founder of today’s Alpha Bank. He studied Law at the University of Athens and Political Science and Economics at the University of Paris, where he was also awarded his PhD. He continued his studies in the United States of America. After returning to Athens, he practiced law. Stavros I. Costopoulos was repeatedly elected MP in the prefecture of Messinia from 1928 to 1965. He served many times as Minister, including as Minister of Foreign Affairs (1964-1965) and Defense Minister (1965-1966). He actively participated in his family’s trade, industrial and banking enterprises. Among others, he served as Governor of the National Bank of Greece (1951-1953) and President of the Board of Directors of the Commercial Credit Bank, the predecessor institution of Alpha Bank (1953-1968). He passed away in Athens on 23 June 1968.