A lecture by: Dimitris Keridis
Professor of International Politics, Panteion University, Greece
Senior Advisor, The Konstantinos G. Karamanlis Foundation
Director, Navarino Network and Olympia Summer Academy
Deputy Director, Institute of International Relations
When: Thursday, November 3 2016, 6:30 p.m.
Where: 17b Ipitou Street, Plaka, Athens
Organized by: Institute of Diplomacy & Global Affairs
For more information please contact: 210 600 9800 ext. 1107
Dimitris Keridis is a Professor of International Politics at the 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, and the Navarino Network, a public policy think-tank based in Thessaloniki, since 2009. 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, as well as seving as a researcher at the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, USA.
His latest book in English titled,The Historical Dictionary of Modern Greece, is to be reprinted and updated in 2017. His recent books in Greek include the monograph, Nationalism, Ethnic Conflicts and International Relations: Theory and Practice in the Balkans, and Constantine G. Karamanlis and the Foreign Press, and also include the editing of the collective volume Thessaloniki: A city in transition, 1912-2012.