Ilias Iliopoulos
E-Mail: iliasmunich@hotmail.com
Visting Scholar
專業領域:Field of Expertise: Strategic Studies, Maritime Geopolitics, Diplomacy and Strategy, Security Policy, Hybrid Warfare, Turkey and the Middle East

Experience:
 

Professor of Diplomatic History and International Relations, Department of Turkish and Modern Asian Studies, National University of Athens (2019-Present)

 

Adjunct Professor of History, Diplomacy, and Maritime History, The American College of Greece (2015-2019)

 

Professor of Naval History, Strategy, and Geopolitics of Sea Power, Hellenic Naval War College – Staff and Command College (2013-2017)

 

Special Academic Adviser for European and International Affairs to the [Greek] Deputy Minister for Culture (2013-2015)

 

Director, Department of Political and Strategic Studies, and Chair of Political & Strategic Studies, Baltic Defence College, Estonia (2010-2013)

 

 

Education:
 

Ph.D. (Dr. Phil) in History of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe from the Ludwig- Maximilian University of Munich (2000)


Ph.D. Thesis: “Metaxas as a Realist; Greek Containment Strategy and British Appeasement Policy” (Metaxas als Realist. Griechische Eindämmungsstrategie und britisches Appeasement), Munich: Hieronymus (ed.), 2001.

 

Postgraduate studies in History of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Modern History and Political Science/International Relations at the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich (1994)

 

First Degree in History from the National University of Athens (1990)

Recent Publications:
 

Foreign Relations of Turkey 1935-1945, Athens (Leimōn editions), 2017 (Gr.)

 

Geopolitics of Sea Power: Case Study Great Britain 1815-1956 – with focus on Eastern Mediterranean, Athens (Leimōn editions), 2017 (Gr.)

 

The Operations of the Greek “Sacred Band” during the Second World War, Athens (Herodotus

Editions), 2013 (Greek).

 

Operation Kalavryta; the 117th Jäger-Division of the Wehrmacht – based on the German Military Archives, Athens (Hellenic Army General Staff, Military History Division), 2012 (Gr.)

 

Israel’s Strategy in the Six-Day-War, Athens (Dounias), 2012 (Gr.)