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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Constantine P. Danopoulos Department of Political Science San Jose State University One Washington Square San Jose, California EDUCATION: Ph D Political Science, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, MA Political Science, San Jose State University, San Jose, California, BA Political Science, San Jose State University, San Jose, California, BA Economics, San Jose State University, San Jose, California, Primary and Secondary School in the province of Arcadia, Greece TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Department Chair, San Jose State University, July 2012-July March 2005 and March-April 2006, March 2007, April 2008, May 2009, May 2010, March-April 2011, March 2012, October 2012, March 2013: Visiting Scholar, University of Paris XII. May 2007, Visiting Scholar, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, S. Korea. April 2006: Visiting Scholar University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. July 1991, University of Belgrano, Argentina. February 1983-Present: Political Science, San Jose State University : Ball State University (temporary appointment) : Southwest Missouri State University (temporary appointment) COURSES TAUGHT: International Relations: International Relations International Organizations International Law War and Peace American Foreign Policy Seminar in International Relations Foreign Policies of Major Powers Model United Nations Comparative Politics: Senior Seminar Intro. to Comparative Politics Eurasian Politics European Union (EU) Comparative Public Administration The Middle East The Military in Politics History of the Balkans History and Politics of Modern Greece Democratization West European Politics Latin American Politics 1

2 American Government: American Political Institutions History/ Political Science 15A/B SERVICE TO PROFESSION * Hellenic Quality Assessment Agency of Higher Education (HQAA), Coordinator for Assessment, Department of Public Relations and Communications, TEI Western Macedonia, Kastoria, 2-5 November 2010, Department of Political Science, Aristotelian University, Thessaloniki, February 2014, Department of History and Political Science, Panteion University, February * Chair of Steering Committee, Annual Review of Political and Military Sociology, *Consulting Editor, Kosmic Green International Journal of Education and the Social Sciences (KGIJESS). *Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, *Consulting Editor, The Carson: Journal of Environmental Studies, Jan *International Board for Balkan Peace, February *OECD/UN Election Observer in Bosnia, September *Editor, Journal of Political and Military Sociology, January , *Associate Editor, Journal of Political and Military Sociology, 1985-present. *Associate Editor, Armed Forces and Society, *Honorary Member of Editorial Board, Seguridad Estrategica Regional, Argentina (1995-present). *Editorial Board, New Balkans Journal, since *Associate Editor, Mediterranean Quarterly, since *President/Chair, Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society of the International Political Science Association, *Vice President, Research on Armed Forces and Society of the International Political Science Association, *Convenor, Armed Forces and Society, IPSA, Berlin, Germany *Manuscript Reviewer for: American Political Science Review, Armed Forces and Society, Journal of Political and Military Sociology, Journal of Security Studies, Political Science Quarterly, Comparative Political Studies, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, and Mediterranean Quarterly, University of Ottawa Press, Westview, Brooks/Cole, Johns Hopkins University Press, University of Michigan Press, University of Kansas Press, Ashgate/Aldershot, Kluwer Academic Publishers, University of Alberta Press, etc. HONORS AND AWARDS: *President s Scholar, *Who is Who in America, *Warburton Award for Excellence in Research, SJSU, *Fulbright Research Award, Greece, February-May *Sabbatical Leave, SJSU, Spring

3 *Recipient of Medal of the City of Vina del Mar, Chile, January *Professor of the Year, Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Department, , , and *Recipient of Medal of the Prefecture of Arcadia, Greece, July *Recipient of David Ben Gurion Medal for Academic Leadership, Sede Boker, Israel, July 16, *Honored by the Sejong Institute for Excellence in Academic Leadership, Seoul, S. Korea, July 26, *Mentioned in Dictionary of International Biography, 1999, p. 82. * Best Paper Award, Interim Meeting of the International Political Science Association, Madrid, Spain, *Dorfman Best Research Award, San Jose State University, *Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award, San Jose State University, 1988, 1989, 1995, 1998, 1999 and *Fellowship for Research Abroad, 1979 University of Missouri-Columbia. *Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, University of Missouri. RESEARCH AND TRAVEL GRANTS: *National Science Foundation/American Political Science Foundation, 1991 and *International Political Science Association, 1991, 1994 and *San Jose State University Foundation (several times) *Lottery Fund, and , , , *AHEPA Scholarship and Research Fund *California State University System-wide Research Grant, 1994, 1997, and *IREX, 1994 and CONSULTING: *Federal Research Division, Library of Congress, Project on European Civil-Military Relations, *Rendered consulting services (at the highest level) to the governments of: Argentina, Greece, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Chile, Slovenia, Russia, Albania, FYROM, and Romania. FOREIGN TRAVEL AND FIELD RESEARCH: Some of the countries visited include: Albania, Argentina, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan, Latvia, Lesotho, Luxemburg, FYROM, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Peru, Portugal, Republic of Georgia, Romania, Russia (and USSR), Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Thailand, Turkey, and United Kingdom. Field research involved interviews with high government officials, including Presidents Ion Iliescu of Romania, Carlos Menem of Argentina, Vasil Tupurkovski of pre-1992 Yugoslavia, Sali Berisha of Albania, Kiro Gligorov of the Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), and numerous government ministers. 3

4 PUBLICATIONS: Book: Warriors and Politicians in Modern Greece (Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Documentary Publications, 1984). Articles in Refereed Journals: Participation, Competition, and the Quality of Democracy in Greece, Mediterranean Quarterly 28:3 (June 1017). Civil Liberties and Rights, Equality and the Quality of Democracy in Greece, Journal of Balkan and Near East Studies 19:3 (2017). Cultural Attributes and Legal No-Man s Land and the Quality of Democracy in Greece, Political and Military Sociology Annual Review, Accountability and the Quality of Democracy in Greece, Mediterranean Quarterly 26:4 (2015). Law Making, the Rule of Law and the quality of Democracy in Greece, Journal of Modern Hellenism 31 (2015). The Cultural Roots of Corruption in Greece, Mediterranean Quarterly 25:2 (Spring 2014). "Children in Armed Conflict: The Yugoslav Experience," Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies 14:1 (March 2012), co-authored with Nila Kapor-Stanulovic and Konstantinos S. Skandalis. "The Military and its Role in Albania's Democratization," Armed Forces and Society 24:3 (Fall 2011), co-authored with Konstantinos S. Skandalis, Migrant Labor and its Implications on a Small State: Contemporary Greece, Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 34:1 & 2 (2008), coauthored with K. S. Skandalis and P. Liargovas. The Military as a Distinct Ethnic or Quasi-Ethnic Identity in Developing Countries, Armed Forces and Society 34:2 (January 2008), co-authored with Daniel Zirker and Alan Simpson. Informal Economy, Tax Evasion, and Poverty in a Democratic Setting: Greece, Mediterranean Quarterly (May 2007), co-authored with Boris Znidaric. Governability and Contemporary Forms of Military Intervention: Expanding Ecuadorian and Turkish Models, Journal of Security Sector Reform 4:1 (January 2006), co-authored with Daniel Zirker. 4

5 Racial and Ethnic Attitudes and Individual Relatedness Among Greek-Americans New Balkan Politics, vol. 9, 2005, co-authored with Anna Karpathakis. Civil-Military Relations in a Military-less Country: Panama, Journal of Political and Military Sociology 33:1 (Summer 2005), co-authored with Ronald D. Sylvia. The Evolution of Greece s Economic Relations With its Balkan Neighbors: A Critical Analysis, Serbian Studies 19:2 (2005). Economic Measurements and Poverty in Mexico, Journal of Political and Military Sociology 32:1 (Fall 2004). Albanian Migration into Greece: The Economic, Sociological, and Security Implications, Mediterranean Quarterly 15:4 (Fall 2004), co-authored with Andrew C. Danopoulos. Democracy and Development: Exploring the Expected Association, Journal of Security Management Reform 2:4 (December 2004), co-authored with Elahi Khandakar Microcredit and the Third World: Perspectives from Moral and Political Philosophy, International Journal of Social Economics 31 (Summer 2004), co-authored with Elahi Khandakar. Regional Security, Governability and the Military in Latin America, Journal of Security Management Sector 2:1 (March 2004), co-authored with Daniel Zirker. Church-State Relations, National Identity, and Security in Post-Cold War Greece, Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 30:1 (Spring 2004). Democracy, Capitalism and Development, Journal of Security Management Sector 2:2 (June 2004), co-authored with Elahi Khandakar. Religion, Civil Society, and Democracy in Orthodox Greece, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans 6:1 (April 2004). Microfinance and Third World Development: A Critical Analysis, Journal of Political and Military Sociology 32:1 (Summer 2004), coauthored with Elahi Khandakar. Military Intervention in a Democratic Era: Exceptionalism in Ecuador and Turkey, New Balkan Politics, 8 (Fall 2003), in Macedonian. NGOs and Poverty Reduction in Venezuela and Post-Communist Yugoslavia: A Comparative Perspective, Serbian Studies 17:1 (Fall 2003), co-authored with Ronald Sylvia. 5

6 The Chavez Phenomenon: Political Change in Venezuela, Third World Quarterly 24:1 (February 2003), co-authored with Ronald Sylvia. Ethnic Nationalism and the Treacherous Road Toward Civil Society and Democracy in the Balkans, Serbian Studies (Spring 2002). Poverty and the Role of NGOs in Post-Conflict Settings: Women and Children in Yugoslavia, New Balkan Politics 6-7 (Winter) 2002, in Macedonian. Toward Cooperation in Post-Cold War Southeastern Europe? Mediterranean Quarterly (Spring 2001). Environmental Policy in the Balkans: The Albanian Experience, Thetis vol. 7 (Germany), (Fall 2000), co-authored. Poverty in the Balkans and the Issue of Reconstruction: Bulgaria and Yugoslavia Compared, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans 1:2 (November 1999), coauthored with Emilia Ianeva. The Military and Politics in a Theocratic State: Iran as a Case Study, Armed Forces and Society (Winter 1997), co-authored with Rebecca Cann. The Cyprus Problem and Prospects of Reunification, Balkan Forum (June 1997). US Military: Force Readiness, Budget Allocation and Policy Drift, Balkan Forum (March 1997), co-authored with Ronald Sylvia. The Bosnian Crisis and the Problem of US-Russian Military Cooperation, Mediterranean Quarterly (Fall 1996), co-authored with Sergei Baburkin. Post-Totalitarian Civil-Military Relations, Balkan Forum (September 1995). The Role of the Military in the Democratization of Marxist/Leninist Regimes, Mediterranean Quarterly (Winter 1995), co-authored with Adem Chopani. Civilian Control of the Military in Post-Totalitarian Settings: The Case of Albania, Journal of International Relations (Fall 1994). Coup d Etat Attempt in Trinidad: Its Causes and Failure, Armed Forces and Society (Summer 1993) co-authored with Kathleen Coolighan. Democratizing the Military: Lessons from Mediterranean Europe West European Politics (October 1991). 6

7 Democratic Undercurrents in Authoritarian Seas: The Role of the Military in Greece and the Philippines, Armed Forces and Society (Summer 1990), co-authored with Larry Gerston. Democratic Undercurrents in Praetorian Regimes: The Greek Military and the 1973 Plebiscite, Journal of Strategic Studies, vol. 12:3 (September 1989). This paper was awarded the Dorfman Best Research Award in Regional Security Organizations and National Interests: Analyzing the NATO-Greek Relationship, Journal of Political and Military Sociology (Fall 1988). The Military and Bureaucracy in Greece, Public Administration and Development, vol. 8 (1988). Alliance Participation and Foreign Policy Influence: The Military s Role, Armed Forces and Society, vol. 11:2 (Winter 1985). From Balconies to Tanks: Post Junta Civil-Military Relations in Greece, Journal of Political and Military Sociology (Spring 1985). The Transition from Military to Civilian Rule in Contemporary Greece, Armed Forces and Society (February 1984). Military Professionalism and Regime Legitimacy Greece, , Political Science Quarterly (Fall 1983). The Greek Military Regime ( ) and the Cyprus Question Origins and Goals, Journal of Political and Military Sociology (Fall 1982). Military Professionals as Political Governors: A Case Study of Contemporary Greece, West European Politics (May 1980), co-authored with Kant Patel. The Concept of Alienation in Marcuse s Philosophy, Indian Journal of American Studies (January 1980), co-authored with Kant Patel. Edited Books (with contributions): Civil-Military Relations, Nation Building, and National Identity and Security: Comparative Perspectives (Westport: Greenwood Publishing, 2004, co-edited with Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi and Amir Bar or. Contribution: *The Changing World of Civil-Military Relations: Societal Security and Identity, coauthored with Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi. The Military and Society in the Former Eastern Bloc (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998), co-edited with Daniel Zirker. Contribution: *Introduction, pp

8 Crises in the Balkans: Views From the Participants (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997), coedited with Kostas Messas. Contributions: *Ethnonationalism, Security, and Conflict in the Balkans, pp. 1-18, co-authored with K. Messas; *Albanian Nationalism and Prospects for Greater Albania, pp , co-authored with Adem Chopani; *Turkey and the Balkans: Searching for Stability, pp Civil-Military Relations in the Soviet and Yugoslav Successor States (Boulder: Westview Press, 1996), co-edited with Daniel Zirker. Contributions: *In Search of Identity: Civil-Military Relations and Nationhood in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), pp , co-authored with Zlatko Isakovic; *Conclusions on Post-Totalitarian Civil-Military Relations, pp This piece has been translated into Hungarian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish and Farsi. The Political Role of the Military: An International Handbook (Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., 1996), co-edited with Cynthia Watson. Contribution: *Introduction, pp. xi-xv, co-authored with Cynthia Watson. Prolonged Conflicts: A Post-Nuclear Challenge (Maxwell AFB: Air University Press, 1994), co-edited with Karl P. Magyar. Contributions: *Iran-Iraq: Protracted Conflict, Prolonged War, pp. 1-40, co-authored with M.A. Shahriar *Tentative Observations and Conclusions, pp , with Rebecca Ruelas assistance. Civilian Rule in the Developing World (Boulder: Westview Press, 1992). Contributions: *Civilian Supremacy in Changing Societies: Comparative Perspectives, pp *The Future of Civilian rule and Democracy in a Changing World, pp From Military to Civilian Rule (London: Routledge, 1992). Contributions: *Interventions, Withdrawals and Civilian Rule: Notes and Perspectives, pp. 1-18; *Farewell to Man on Horseback: Intervention and Civilian Supremacy in Modern Greece, pp Military Disengagement From Politics (London and New York: Routledge, 1988). Contribution: *Democratization by Golpe: The Experience of Modern Portugal, pp The Decline of Military Regimes: The Civilian Influence (Boulder: Westview Press, 1988). Contributions: *Military Dictatorships in Retreat, pp. 1-24; *Beating a Hasty Retreat: The Greek Military Withdraws from Power, pp ; *Withdrawal and After: One Way Street or Revolving Door? pp Contributions/Chapters in Edited Books: Women and children in post-war Balkans: Concerns and responses, in Defying Victimhood Women and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, Albrecht Schnabel and Anara 8

9 Tabyshalieva, eds. Tokyo: United Nations University Press), Co-authored with Konstantinos S. Skandalis and Zlatko Isakovic. Greek Bureaucracy and Public Administration: The Persistent Failure of Reform, in Bureaucracy and Administration, Ali Farazmand, ed., Boca Raton: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group, Co-authored with Andrew C. Danopoulos. Civil-Military Relations Theory in the Post-Communist World, in Democratic Governance and Security Sector Reform, Philipp Fluri and Hans Born, eds. (Baden- Baden: Nomos, Verlag), Church-State Relations, National Identity and Security in Post-Cold war Greece, in Ethnic Identities and Political Action in Post-Cold War Europe, N. I. Xirotiris and M. Marangoudakis, eds, (Xanthi, Democritus University of Thrace, Administrative Reform Difficulties and the Role of Religion: Greece, South Korea and Thailand, in Government Reform in Developing Countries, Ali Farazmand, ed. (Westport: Greenwood Press, 2002), co-authored. Bureaucracy and Administration in Greece, in Handbook in Comparative and Development Administration, Ali Farazmand, ed. (New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2001), 2 nd ed., co-authored. Environmental Policy in the Balkans The Albanian Experience, in Handbook in Comparative and Development Administration, Ali Farazmand, ed. (New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2001), 2 nd ed., co-authored. Religious Legacies, the State and Poverty in Eastern/Central Europe and the Balkans, in Command Economy to Market Economy, R.B. Jain, ed. (New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publishers PVT. LTD., 2000), pp , co-authored. The Politics of US-Military Cooperation in the Post-Cold War Era, in Global Security Beyond the Millenium: American and Russian Perspectives, Sharyl Cross, Igor Zevelev, Victor Kremenyuk, and Vagan Gevorgian, eds. (London: MacMillan Press, 1999), pp , co-authored with Anna Bukharova, Vagan Gevorgian, and Sergei A. Baburkin. Albanian s Anti Communist Revolution, , in The Encyclopedia of Political Revolutions (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly, 1998, p. 5). Albania s Military and its Role in the Nation s Democratization Process, in Civil-Military Relations and Democratization, Anton Bebler, ed. (Westport: Praeger, 1997), pp Departizing and Democratizing Civil-Military Relations in Post-Marxist/Leninist Societies: Albania as a Case Study, in Civil-Military Relations in the Quest for 9

10 Democracy, John Lovell and David Albright, eds. (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1997), pp , co-authored with Adem Chopani. Military-Civilian Conversion in Post-Communist Russia, in Prospects for American and Russian Cooperation in the Post-Cold War Era, Sharyl Cross and Marina A. Oborotova, eds. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp , co-authored. Democratizing the Military: Lessons from Mediterranean Europe, in Transitions to Democracy, Geoffrey Pridham, ed. (Aldershot: Darmouth Publishing, 1995), pp Reprinted from West European Politics. Civilian Rule in Post Communist Societies: Civil-Military Relations Theory Revisited, in Faculty of Electrical Engineering (Military Academy in Brno, Czech Republic, 1994), pp Bureaucracy and Administration in Greece, in Handbook on Comparative and Development Administration, Ali Farazmand, ed. (New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1990), pp Alliance Participation and Foreign Policy Attitudes: The Military s Role, in Policy Studies Annual, Vol. 8., Ray C. Rist, ed. (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Books, 1987), pp Reprinted from Armed Forces and Society. CONFERENCE PAPERS: Participation, Competition and the Quality of Democracy in Greece, Southern Political Science Association, January 2017, New Orleans, Louisiana. Civil Liberties and Rights, Equality and the Quality of Democracy in Greece, Southern Political Science Association, 7-9 January 7-9, 2016, San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Cultural Roots of Corruption in Greece, Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference, July 28-August 1, 2013, Prague, Czech Republic. Entrepreneurial Diversification in Contemporary Greece, International Conference on Diversity, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, June The Army in Albania s Democratization, Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA, Ankara, Turkey, June Assessing the Quality of Democracy in Greece, Conference on Whatever Happened to North-South, organized by the International Political Science Association (IPSA) and the European Consortium on Political Research (ECPR), Sao Paolo, Brazil, February

11 The Rule of Law and the Quality of Greece s Democracy, Conference on Migration in the Greater Mediterranean: Social and Other Implications, Kamilari, Crete, Greece, July Recent Developments in Relations Between the US and the Balkans, De L Ordre Intitutionnel A L Ordre Relationnel, organized by University of Paris, Creteil, Paris, France (UPEC), 4-5 May The Military and its Role in Albania s Democratization, ERGOMAS Conference on Civil-Military Relations, Stockholm, Sweden, June Immigration and Cultural Diversity in Greece, The Ninth Conference on Diversity, Community, and Nations, Riga, Latvia, June Migration, Human Rights and Security: An Analysis of the Greek Case, Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA, Santiago, Chile, June Diversity in a Monolingual Setting: Contemporary Greece, 2 nd International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity (LED 2007), University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, November Citizen Trust in Government in Greece and Post-Communist Central Europe, Symposium organized and sponsored by the United Nations Governance Centre, Seoul, S. Korea, 7 May Informal Economy in a Democratic Setting: Modern Greece. International Political Science Association (IPSA), Fukuoka, Japan, July 9-13, Coping with Post-War Trauma: Women and Children in the Former Yugoslavia. The Diversity Symposium: Women and Diversity and Human Rights, Melbourne, Australia, 7-8 December Dealing with the Pariahs: Analyzing the Trajectory of N. Korea s and Libya s Nuclear Programs. Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA, Shanghai, China, June 27-29, 2005, co-authored with Dongsung Kong. Panama: Civil-Military Relations in a Military-less Society. Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA, Shanghai, China, June 27-29, 2005, co-authored with Ronald D. Sylvia. The Military and Democracy. Conference on Quality of Democracy organized by Centro Internacional papa la Calidad de la Democracia, Vina del Mar, Chile, January

12 Children and Armed Conflict: The Yugoslav Experience. Conference on Children and War: Impact, Protection, and Rehabilitation, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 1-3 April, 2004, coauthored with Nila Kapor-Stanulovic. Personal Security, Governability and the Military in Latin America. Symposium on Civil-Military Relations and Security Reform Sector, organized and sponsored by the Global Facilitation Network for Security Reform Sector, Kingston, Jamaica, April 2004, coauthored with Daniel Zirker. Reforming Civil-Military Relations in the Former Eastern Bloc: The Impact of Religion. Workshop on Security Sector Governance in Africa, organized by African Security Dialogue and Research (ASDR) and the Global Facilitation Network for Security Sector reform (GFN/SSR), Elmina, Ghana, November Changing Racial Conceptualizations Among Greek-Americans, conference on Humankind/Nature Intelligence: Past, Present, and Future, Florence, Italy, 5-26 July Coauthored with Anna Karpathakis. Military Intervention in a Democratic Era: Exceptionalism in Ecuador and Turkey, International Political Science Association, Durban, S. Africa, 29 June-2 July Religion, Civil Society, and Democracy in Orthodox Greece. Conference on Diagnosing Democracy: Methods, Analysis, Findings and Remedies, Santiago, Chile, April 11-13, NGOs and Poverty Reduction in Venezuela and Post Communist Yugoslavia: A Comparative Perspective. The conference was organized by CROP (Norway) and partly funded by the World Bank, Havana, Cuba, 4-7 November Irredeemable Victims: The Role of NGOs and UN Relied Agencies. By invitation of the UN University and the League of Women of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, May , coauthored with Zlatko Isakovic. Chavez s Venezuela. Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA, Bucharest, Romania, June 27-July 3, 2002, coauthored with Ron Sylvia. Church-State Relations, Identity, and National Security in Post-Cold War Greece. Third International Symposium on Ethnic Identities and Political Action in Post-Cold War Europe, Demokritos University, Xanthi, Greece, August 16-19, Farewell to Civil-Military Relations Theory? Conference on Transforming Post- Communist Militaries: Professionalisation of Armed Forces in Central and Eastern Europe, organized by the UK Joint Services Command and Staff College, April 26-29,

13 Civil-Military Relations Theory in the Post-Communist World. By invitation of the Swiss Institute of Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), Geneva, Switzerland, November 14-19, Toward Cooperation in Post-Cold War Southeastern Europe? By invitation of the University of Administrative Science, Speyer, Germany, October 15-18, Cultural/Religious Legacies and State Transformation in Easter/Central Europe and the Balkans. Second International Symposium on Ethnic Identities and Political Action in Contemporary Europe, Demokritos University, Xanthi, Greece, August 17-19, Civil-Military Relations Theory in the Post-Communist World: More of the Same, or Time for Reassessment? World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Quebec City, Canada, August 1-5, 2000, co-authored with Daniel Zirker. Turkey s Response to Post-Cold Developments in Southeastern Europe. By invitation of the Georgian Human Rights, Batumi, Ajara, Republic of Georgia, February 27-March 1, Religion, State Embeddedness and Poverty in the Former Eastern Bloc. By invitation of CROP and the World Bank, Amman, Jordan, November 7-9, The Roots of Ethnic Nationalism in the Balkan Peninsula. Symposium on National Identities and Nationalism in the Balkans, Demokritos University, Xanthi, Greece, September 2-4, EU Enlargement and the Balkans. By Invitation of the University of Missouri- Columbia, European Union Center. Conference on The EU, Democratization, and the Post-Communist State, April 7-9, Religion and Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe, International Conference on Restructuring Command Economies, New Delhi, India, February 23-24, Poverty in the Balkans: Bulgaria and Yugoslavia Compared. By invitation of CROP and the World Bank, Cape Town, South Africa, September 18-22, 1998, co-authored with Emilia Ianeva. Post-Communist Civil-Military Relations Theory A Symposium on Supporting Democracy Through Cooperation. Sponsored and organized by the U.S. Department of Defense and the Government of the Republic of Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 28-30, Environmental Policy in the Balkans: The Albanian Experience, International Conference on the Environment, organized by Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia, October 18-20,

14 Nationalism in the Balkans Since the Collapse of Communism, S.B Vryonis Center for the Study of Hellenism, Sacramento, California, September 30, The Cyprus Problem, Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA, Seoul, S. Korea, July 23-26, The Albanian Perspective on the Crises in the Balkans, International Studies Association, Washington, D.C., February 23-26, Democratization in the Land of Eagles: The Role of the Albanian Military. By invitation of the Center on Global Change and World Peace, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, October The Impact of Religion in the Failure of Administrative Reform in Greece and Thailand, IPSA, Berlin, Germany, August 21-25, Civilian Control of the Military in Post-Totalitarian Settings: the Case of Albania. By invitation from the Slovenian Parliament and the University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Republic of Slovenia, March 9-11, Civilian Rule in Post-Communist Societies: Civil-Military Relations Theory Revisited. By invitation of the Military Academy in Brno, Czech, Republic, 27-29, September The Albanian Armed Forces and the Process of Democratization in the Land of Eagles, Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society of the International Political Science Association, July 19-21, 1993, Moscow, Russia, co-authored. Civilian Control of the Military: Lessons from the Third World. By invitation of the Statement Committee on the Defense and the Russian Federation and the USSR Academy of Sciences, November 25-28, 1991, Moscow, Russia. Coup d Etat Attempt in Trinidad: Its Causes and Failure, Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Baltimore, Maryland, October 11-13, 1991 (co-authored). Democratizing the Military: Lessons from Mediterranean Europe, International Political Science Association, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 21-25, Farewell to Stratocracy, or More of the Same? Interim Meeting of the International Political Science Association, Madrid, Spain, July 6-7, Chosen as the conference s Second Best Paper. Democratizing the Military: Lessons from Spain, Portugal, and Greece, International Conference of the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Baltimore, Maryland, October 27-29,

15 Intervencion y Gobierno Militar en la Grecia Moderna, by invitation of the Centro de la Realidad Contemporanea of the Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Santiago, Chile, August 10-11, The Meaning of Elections in Non-Competitive Settings, Midwest Political science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 13-15, Regional Security Concerns: NATO and the Southern Mediterranean, Western Political Science Association, Salt Lake City, March 30-31, Greece and the Atlantic Alliance: A Love Match or a Marriage of Conveniences? Northern California Political Science Association, San Francisco, California, April 30, El Impacto Destructivo de las Elecciones en un Medio No Competitivo: El Caso Greco, by invitation of the Centro de Estudios de la Realidad Contemporanea of the Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Santiago, Chile, April 25-30, Dictatorships in Retreat: A Comparative Perspective, International Conference of the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, Illinois, October 8-10, Democratization by Golpe: The Portuguese Military Returns to the Barracks, Western Social Science Association, El Paso, Texas, April, 22-25, Bureaucratic Politics and Praetorian Rulers: Greece, , Western Political Science Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28-30, Military Professionalism, Alliance Participation, and Foreign Policy Attitudes: A Comparative Analysis, International Studies Association, Mexico City, April 4-9, The Pains of Transition from Military to Civilian Rule: Greece, 1974, International Studies Association-Midwest, St. Louis, Missouri, November 11-13, Soldiers in Mufti, Alliance Participation and Foreign Policy Attitudes: The Cyprus Problem and the Greek Praetorian Regime, Western Social Science Association, Denver, Colorado, April 22-24, Military Regimes and the Politics of Legitimation: Greece as Case Study, Midwest Political Science Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 28-30, Civil-Military Relations in Greece Since PASOK s Electoral Victory, International Studies Association-Midwest, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 24-27, Politicians in Uniform: An Analysis of Contemporary Greece, Missouri Political Science Association, Columbia, Missouri, October

16 BOOK REVIEWS: Reviewed books for: Annals, Armed Forces and Society, Canadian-American Slavic Studies, Greekworks, Slavic Review, Forum for Applied Research, and Mediterranean Quarterly. List can be furnished on request. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: * Organized and chaired s panel on Democratic Control of the Armed Forces, ERGOMAS Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, June *Co-organized conference on military and security in Shanghai, China, 27-27, *Organized and chaired panel on Europe and the World. Conference on Facing the European Elections, organized by the Hungarian Europe Society, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 3-4 June * Organized and chaired panel on the role of civil society in influencing security sector governance in Latin America and the Caribbean. Symposium organized and sponsored by the Global Facilitation Network for Security Sector Reform, Kingston, Jamaica, April *Co-organizer of yearly symposium on ethnic identities, Xanthi, Greece, July 16-18, *Co-organizer of triennial conference of the Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA, Bucharest Romania, June 27-July 3, *Co-organizer of yearly symposium on ethnic identities, Xanthi, Greece, July *Co-organizer of symposium on Ethnic Identities and Political Action in Post-Cold War Europe, Xanthi, Greece, August 16-19, *Organizer of conference on Nationalism and National Security, Sede Boker, Israel, July 13-16, *Participant in roundtable discussion on Politics and Business in Istanbul, Turkey, July 19-21, *Organizer of conference on National Security and Globalization, Seoul, S. Korea, July 23-26, *Organizer and participant of roundtable on the Crisis in the Balkans, Baltimore, Maryland, October 19-21, *Member of the CATE 93 International Programme Committee, conference on Community Army, Technology-Environment, Brno, Czech Republic, September 27-29, *Invited and participated in a National Security Forum organized by the Department of the Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, May 25-29, *Invited and participated in a conference organized by the Gorbachev Foundation on the Russian Army and Defense Industry in a Market Economy, Moscow, Russia, October 26-30, *Discussant, Panel on Democracies and War: Data Confronts Theory for the Western Political science Association, March 18-20, 1993, Pasadena, California. *Discussant, Panel on Democratization in Latin America for the Western Political Science Association, San Francisco, California, March 19-21, *Organizer and moderator of a panel on Democratization and Civil-Military Relations, for IPSA, Berlin, Germany, August 21-25,

17 *Organizer and moderator of a panel on No Man on Horseback: Third World Civilian Systems for International Political Science Association, Madrid, Spain, July 6-7, *Organizer and moderator of a panel on In the Barracks to Stay: Intervention and Withdrawal for International Biennial Conference of the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Baltimore, Maryland, October 27-29, *Organizer and Moderator of a panel on Comparative Politics for the Western Social Science Association, Reno, Nevada, April 23-26, *Discussant, panel on The Military and Civic Action for the International Studies Association, Mexico City, April 4-9, *Organizer and moderator of a panel on Defense Alliances and Attitudes of the Military of Member States for the Western Social Science Association, Denver, Colorado, April 22-24, *Organizer and moderator of a panel on Coping with Security: Small States Perspective for the International Studies Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 24-27, *Numerous speeches before a wide variety of civic organizations in the US, Greece and many other countries. *Numerous radio, television, and other news media interviews (English and Greek) in the US, Greece, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Chile and many other countries. REFERENCES: Available upon request. 17

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