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The Lebanese Publishing House, the House of Europe in Rhodes and the Dodecanese Chamber of Commerce have the honor to invite you to the presentation of the book by Emeritus Professor of Panteion University, Mr. Panagiotis Roumeliotis “AFTER CHAOS? MODERN THREATS & FUTURE CHALLENGES “, on Thursday, May 2, 2019, at 19:30 in the” G. Karagiannis »of DCC. (Gr. Lambraki 8).
The book will be addressed by: Michalis Kavuklis, President of the House of Europe in Rhodes, Ethnologist, Political Scientist, and Author of the book, Panagiotis Roumeliotis. The event will be welcomed by the President of the Dodecanese Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Ioannis Pappou.
A few words about the book
Our world is at a turning point. New geo-economic and geopolitical correlations appear to be emerging, but a clear trend of its future direction has not yet been apparent. The world is unpredictable and chaotic. To explore this issue, the book attempts to highlight the critical problems, threats and challenges that define new geopolitical correlations and the evolution of the international system. The old and new threats and challenges that will play an important role in security and progress in the world are examined. Thus, topics such as the threat of climate change, energy transition, technological innovation, digitization and cyberspace in the economy, social, geo-economic and geopolitical relations, migration, international terrorism and the role of Islamic fanaticism in geopolitics are analyzed.
New geo-economic correlations are also presented and factors that destabilize globalization are analyzed, such as financial crises, inequality, tax evasion, corruption, populism and nationalism. Finally, the issue of the governance of globalization is also addressed.
A few words about the author
Panagiotis Roumeliotis was born in Suez, Egypt. He has been President of the Bank of Attica since 2016. He is also Professor Emeritus of International and European Economics at the Department of International and European Studies of Panteion University. He is a graduate of the 6th Department of the University of Sorbonne (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales), a doctorate (doctorat 3e cycle) in Economics from the University of Sorbonne and a doctorate (doctorat d’ État in Economics II). He has been Director of the Institute of International Relations (IIR) of Panteion University and President of the Institute for Economic Forecasting of the Euro-Mediterranean World (IPEMed – Institut de Prospective Économique du Monde Méditerranéen), as well as Professor in Sorbonne.
From March 2010 until December 2011, he served as Deputy Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund. He has served as Minister of Trade and National Economy. In 1989 he was elected a Member of Parliament and in 1997 a Special Representative of the Council of the European Union (EU) in the Balkans Stability Process.
In 2000 the Council of Europe and the EU Council elected him President of the Balkans for Democratization and Human Rights. From January 2012 to January 2015 he was Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Piraeus Bank (non-Executive Member), Chairman of the Board of Risk Management Committee, Member of the Strategic Planning Committee and at the same time Chief Financial Officer. From May 2015 until July 2016 he was Chairman of the Board of Directors of Athens International Airport «El. Venizelos.” He has received the following distinctions: He is a Senior Commander of the Order of Merit of the French Republic and of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem. He has been honored with the awards of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Polish Republic, the Holy Cross of the Apostle Mark of the Patriarchate of Alexandria, as well as with awards from the French Academy of Commerce and the Austrian Glob Art Innovation.
Works published by Lebanese Publications: Golden Tulips (2016), The Unknown Background of IMF Appeal (2012), Towards a Multipolar World (2009), World Economic Governance (2006), European Economic Governance (2005), World Governance or Hegemonic Globalization; (2002), Promoting Stability in the Balkans (2001), The Road to Globalization (1996), Tomorrow’s Europe (1992). Other Works: The Unification of the EEC. Problems and Prospects (1987), European Community Integration and the Role of Greece (1985), The Economic Crisis and Greece’s Accession to the EEC (1980), Multinational Enterprises and Overtime in Greece (1978), Conjoncture et commerce international ( 1972).