Apostolis’ research focuses on elections, politics and the factors behind them such as identities, inter-ethnic relations, mainly in post-conflict societies.
He has worked for the Kokkalis Foundation and interned with the Association of Election Officials in Bosnia and Herzegovina. His background includes studying at the University of Athens’ MA programme in SE European Studies. Before joining the AWG as a junior researcher, he contributed articles to EKEM’s website and balkanalysis.com.
Apostolis speaks Greek, English, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian and Russian.
- 2009 University of Athens, MA in SE European Studies
- 2006 University of Macedonia, BA in Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies
Athens Working Group Links
What the mini crisis in Podgorica tells us about Montenegrin politics
Will Serbs end tradition of Kosovo election boycotts?
Reactions to the ICJ ruling on Kosovo: The domestic and regional dimension
Bosnia and Herzegovina's Continuing Political Evolution