Dr Fotios Moustakis - Associate Professor of Strategic Studies, University of Plymouth at Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth. He was awarded an MA Honours degree in History and Politics from the University of Aberdeen and an MSc in European Policy, Law and Management. In 2000, he received his Doctorate in International Relations from the University of Aberdeen.
At BRNC and the University, teaches courses on European and International Security, International Terrorism (Module Convener), and Foreign Policy (Module Convenor). These courses are taught to Royal Navy Officer Cadets and the Royal Marines. He is also the Programme Manager for the MA degree in Applied Strategy and International Security at the Hellenic National Defence College, Athens.
His research interests are in the areas of International & European security, with special emphasis on western interventions in the post Cold War Era, international terrorism, and Balkan Security. He has published widely in a number of refereed and policy practitioner journals such as Defence Studies, Defence and Security Analysis, European Security, Mediterranean Quarterly, Central Asian Survey, Contemporary Security Policy, Mediterranean Politics, Jane’s Intelligence Review, Conflict Security Research Series-Sandhurst, and Contemporary Review. He is the author of a book entitled ‘Greek-Turkish Relations and NATO’ (Frank Cass-Routledge, 2003) and co-editor and author of a book entitled ‘Russian Foreign Policy since the end of the Cold War’, (Paraskinio, Athens, 2003) and a monograph on Securing Europe: Western Interventions towards a Security Community (Tauris Publishers, 2009).
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