Dimitris Bourantonis

Dimitris Bourantonis


Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

Dimitris Bourantonis, Rector of Athens University of Economics and Business, is Professor of International & European Studies at the Department of International and European
Εconomic Studies, Athens University of Εconomics and Business. He was the holder of Jean Monnet Chair on the EU as a Security and Diplomatic Actor. He holds a Political Science Degree and a Law Degree from the University of Athens and a Ph.D from the University of Reading. His research and publications concern analysis of international and European institutions, diplomacy, foreign policy and international history.

He is the author of three books (Chairing Multilateral Negotiations: The Case of the United
Nations, London: Routledge, 2011; The History and Politics of UN Security Council Reform,
London: Routledge, 2005; The United Nations and the Quest for Nuclear Disarmament,
Aldershot: Darmouth, 1993). He has also co-edited four collective volumes (EU Presence in
International Organizations, London: Routledge 2010; Multilateralism and Security
Institutions in the Era of Globalization, London: Routledge, 2008; A United Nations for the
Twenty-First Century, The Hague: Kluwer, 1996, The United Nations in the New World Order
(Basingstoke: London and New York, Macmillan/St Martin Press, 1995).

He has published a large number of articles in academic journals (Government and
Opposition, Review of International Studies, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Integration, Politics, International Politics, Security Dialogue, Cooperation & Conflict, International History Review, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, Journal of
Communist Studies and Transition Politics, Contemporary British History, International
Peacekeeping, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Contemporary Security Policy,
European Foreign Affairs Review, etc.). He has also contributed widely in international
collective volumes.

Wednesday 26

  • 16.20 - 17.15

    Internationalization Of Greek Higher Education


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