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Konstantinos Filis

Global Affairs Analyst

Konstantinos Fillis was elected Senior Associate Member (SAM) at St. Antony’s College of the University of Oxford (2007-2009) and at the same time he was a Member of the International Council of the Research Institute of European and American Studies. Subsequently, he became a researcher at the Center for Southeast European Studies (SEESOX) of the University of Oxford (2008 – 2010). He is a lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy, the Naval School of War, the School of National Defense and the School of National Security and has a large writing activity, with the most recent works: “Eastern Mediterranean: A Total Reset”, “The Future of History. How the war in Ukraine is changing the global landscape”, “Assertive Patriotism. Anatomy of a debate that never took place”, “Greece in its neighborhood”, “A Closer Look at Russia and its Influence in the World”.

He is also a member of the Advisory Committee of the Institute of International Relations of Panteion University, the board of directors of the International Olympic Academy as well as the Committee of Philathletic Spirit. Today he is the president of the Thracian Art and Tradition Foundation, Director of the Institute of International Affairs, Associate Professor of the American College of Greece, Director of the International Olympic Truce Center and scientific associate of the Foreign Policy Planning Center (K.E.S.E.P.) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Finally, he is a member of the Greek-Turkish Forum and a corresponding member of the Energy Institute of Southeast Europe (IENE).

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